Out with the old, in with the new. Infilaw has renamed its Phoenix outlet, what was formerly the Phoenix School of Law, the Arizona Summit Law School. According to the linked news account, the fall 1L class at the school is down 48% from 380 students to 197 students. The ABA law school data from last year, howver, indicated that there were 508 1L's at the law school - perhaps reflecting multiple start dates. You can't help but wonder whether, if fall enrollments are down 48%, total 1L numbers will be even lower.
In any case, last year the school had a median LSAT of 145. I wonder whether the school has managed to hold that number by reducing class size.
When I suggested that declines in LSAT's might require radical restructuring of law schools, I hadn't even dreamed of name switching as one option.
H/T Paul Caron