Originally Posted by Dude
As for tuition declines in the next ten years... look through the news today and you'll easily find an article giving sound financial reasons for NOT pursuing a degree. That says the current price point is not sustainable at current demand levels. Impressionable young people (and the parents who finance them) are reading those articles with interest, and that can lead only to a decrease in demand.

The question is whether that will result in lower tuition or smaller (in terms of enrollment) institutions.

Right now, law schools seem to be tilting toward smaller institutions, but we are really on the first stages of a possible economic shift toward a new equilibrium point.

This is an absolutely fascinating process to watch.

Last edited by JonLaw; 07/22/13 02:21 PM.