Despite downturn, law-school applications are rising

07/12/2010 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

The number of applications to law schools increased by 7% this year, despite the bleak market for current graduates. Industry watchers say people are probably betting that the economy will pick up by the time they graduate. "Historically, it's not been a bad strategy. I do think, for the immediate future, there are going to be fewer entry-level jobs at law firms," says law-placement expert Jim Leipold.

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