Four N.Y. Schools Buck Trend in Declining Applications

Although law school applications nationwide are down 8.2 percent since last year, NYU, Touro, Syracuse and St. John's law schools all received more applications in the 2014 admissions cycle than they did last year, with St. John's receiving more than a 14 percent increase over last year.

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Originally appeared in print as Four New York Schools Buck National Trend in Declining Applications for Fall 2014

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  • Troy Nader Moslemi

    Nuts. Not sure why people keep applying. There are no jobs.

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