Law Schools

UMass Announces 3-Year Law School Tuition Freeze


Amidst reports nationwide of a decrease in applications that suggest law school may be becoming much more of a buyer’s market, a state university that’s already at the low end tuition-wise is becoming even more competitive.

The University of Massachusetts School of Law in Dartmouth announced Thursday that it will freeze law school tuition for three years, the Boston Globe reports.

Annual tuition is $23,068 for in-state students and $30,760 for out-of-state students.

Related coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “At Least 10 Law Schools Plan to Reduce Incoming Classes”

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