Deferring until next years tuition reductions/end of tuition diversion

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Offline Irishrainmaker

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 ;table; How many students are doing this? Seton Hall lowered their tution by 50%!

http://insidethelawschoolscam.blogspot.com/2012/12/hurry-quantities-are-limited.html


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Offline LSAT Eliminator

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An equally good question is: how many other law schools will do this?

Given the rapid increases in law school tuition in the last 20+ years, some rollbacks are due!

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Offline LSAT Eliminator

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And wouldn't you be pissed if you graduated Seton Hall in 2011 after three years of full pay?

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Offline Anne

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The comments on the original post are pretty hilarious. :)
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Offline LawSchoolGuy

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Seton Hall would have to reduce their tuition by a helluva lot more than 50% to make a JD from their school worthwhile. Law school in general is ridiculously overpriced (cash cow for universities, anyone), but it's DEFINITELY overpriced for any school charging more than $10-$20k a year that's not ranked in the T30.