OSU's Moritz sees drop in applications

JESSICA SHAMBAUGH | Daily Reporter
Published: 07/10/2013

With the constant talk of the dwindling number of legal jobs, the competitive nature of the field and the increasing cost of a legal education, it may come as no surprise that fewer people are applying to law school.

Earlier this year, the Law School Admission Council released information that schools could expect as much as an 18.6 percent drop from the 68,000 people who applied to law school nationwide in 2012.

It’s a trend that’s being experienced here in Columbus.

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