Changes at Penn State's law school

Tuesday, 28 August 2012 04:00 PM Written by 

20120828_dickinsonpsu_150The Central Penn Business Journal's Tim Stuhldreher reports that Penn State Dickinson School of Law Dean Philip McConnaughay is talking about upcoming changes at the school to cope with the nationwide downturn in law school applications:

"The school plans to reduce total enrollment from about 660 to about 500 students, McConnaughay told the Business Journal in an interview last week. To compensate for the reduction in tuition revenue, the school is strongly considering consolidating first-year classes in University Park, he said."

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