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February 26, 2014


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As we all know from many recent stories, the founding of law schools is rarely dictated by the market, but by all sorts of theoretically irrelevant factors - influential alumni, the interests of the wealthy, political dealmaking, university president hubris. Tacoma resented losing its law school to Seattle, and now someone sees a political advantage in appealing to those who retain that view. Plus, Washington may be one of the very few states that is not clearly "over-law schooled". It's a growing state with a strong economy, and only one state supported law school (and a total of 3). Compare states such as Michigan and Ohio.

roger dennis

But note: all three law schools had smaller one l classes in 2013 vs. 2012

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