Ambitious plans for three new law schools in New York have stalled in the face of an ailing economy, state government budget woes and doubts about whether there are enough legal jobs to support the new schools in addition to the 15 existing ones.

Proposals have been shelved indefinitely for law schools at the State University of New York at Stony Brook on Long Island and the private St. John Fisher College in Rochester.

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