Law schools feel the sting when students transfer out, expert says

05/27/2011 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Law students who change schools typically cost the school they leave more money and prestige than they add to the school they transfer to, according to an examination of the law-transfer system by South Texas College of Law professor Jeffrey Rensberger. "We're shifting people around without adding any talent or diversity. That's what makes me wonder about the utility of [the transfer system]," Rensberger says.

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