Interest in juris doctor degrees has waned during the past two years, but the news for law schools isn't all bad: The number of students in non-J.D. programs has increased by 39 percent since 2005, according to figures released on December 21 by the American Bar Association.
Non-J.D. Students Easing the Strain On Law Schools
The National Law Journal
December 27, 2012
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