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Private Donors Pick Up 1/3 of the Tuition for New Law Students at UC-Irvine


Law students in the class of 2014 at the University of California at Irvine are getting a break on tuition, but it’s not the same sweet deal given to previous classes.

The entire class of 2014 will get scholarships to pay for a third of their tuition, according to the National Law Journal and TaxProf Blog. The scholarships are funded by private donations.

The full tuition is $40,000 for in-state residents and $50,000 for those who are out of state.

The school’s inaugural class of 2012 got full scholarships, while the class of 2011 got 50 percent scholarships.

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