Harvard Law School is scrapping a program -- started just last year -- that waives 3L tuition for students who commit to some form of public service law for five years after graduation, according to The Harvard Crimson. The reason? Many more students applied for the tuition waiver than the school anticipated. Dean Martha Minow says all current students will be able to participate in the program, but it is "unlikely" that future students will get the same benefit.
Harvard Scrapping Public Service Reimbursement Program
The American Lawyer
December 1, 2009