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Despite 1-Month Deadline Extension, Law School Apps Likely to Plummet Up to 20% at Kansas U


Reflecting a national trend, law school applications have dropped this year at Kansas University.

Even though law school officials extended the deadline by a month until April 15, the total number of applications is expected to plummet 15 to 20 percent from last year’s 1,100, reports the World.

Law schools around the country are seeing an average decrease of around 11.5 percent.

Related coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “Law School ‘Wonderland’ Stats Show 93% of Grads Employed, Despite 15K BigLaw Job Cuts”

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