Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Brooklyn Law School Offers a Safety Net for New Students - ILEANA NAJARRO, NY Times

Brooklyn Law School, which had a total enrollment of 1,117 in the 2014-15 academic year, reduced its tuition by 15 percent, so that students entering this year pay $43,237 on average per year. “I can’t even tell you what a relief that is,” Ms. Friedman said. Now, with the tuition-reimbursement plan, the school is offering her and other new students additional financial relief. To qualify, students must take the bar exam after graduating, though they need not pass it. They must also demonstrate that they have actively searched for full-time work and have made use of the school’s career resources.

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