Memphis Law Enrollment Holds Steady

TBA Today reported this today: As law school enrollment continues to decline nationally, the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law enrollment is holding steady with 112 first-year students, the same number as last fall, the Memphis Daily News reports. Prior to 2008 and its economic slump, however, that number might have been as high as 150 students. “I think we did a little better enrollment than most did,” said Peter Letsou, dean of the law school, “but it’s very much a national tidal wave that’s hitting all of us.”

Is this true of the other Tennessee law schools?

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One response to “Memphis Law Enrollment Holds Steady

  1. Marlen

    NSL enrollment increased from 77 Enrolled (first year class 2012-2013 COOPER TERM ADMISSIONS) to 81 Enrolled (2013-2014 COOPER TERM ADMISSIONS)

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