The recent decision to trim staff and lecture faculty at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law amid a budget shortfall illustrates that even elite law schools are subject to the financial pressures of staying competitive in a soft legal education market.
But make no mistake: Name-brand law schools on the whole are faring better than their counterparts further down the legal education food chain.
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