Considering a low-cost law school in your state? Pace has a deal for you
Pace Law School is taking a new strategy in an effort to lure students to enroll.
Pace will cut its tuition to match the amount charged by a public law school in a student’s home state, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports. The school issued a press release on Wednesday announcing the new plan, which will take effect next academic year.
The deal will be offered to new applicants whose undergraduate grades and LSAT scores are close to the median of Pace’s own students. The school is located in White Plains, New York.
Pace’s current full-time tuition is about $45,000, slightly above the average for tuition at private law schools in 2013, the Law Blog says. The average in-state tuition at public law schools in 2013 was about $24,000.