A lot of college grads have decided it’s not the right time to go to law school.
Law school applications are off 11.5-percent from last year, down to the lowest level since 2001, according to figures from the Law School Admission Council Inc.
“Certain debt and uncertain job prospects” explains the trend, according to The Wall Street Journal.
One law school dean told the paper his applicants were more “clear eyed” about the realities of law school.
Posted by Peter Vieth