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GAO Report: Issues Related to Law School Cost and Access
October 27, 2009 · Sara Burriesci
A new report from the Government Accountability Office finds that as law school tuitions have increased, Hispanic and Asians/Pacific Islander enrollment in law school has increased or stayed at about the same level, while African American enrollment has declined. Contributing to increased tuitions have been increased emphasis on hands-on clinical experiences and smaller skills-based courses; increased diversity of course offerings, such as international law and environmental law; and increased student support, e.g., academic support, career services, and admissions support.
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