“The tough climate for legal education has claimed another victim,” the Wall Street Journal is reporting this afternoon.
“Valparaiso University, a private university in Northwest Indiana, said Thursday its board of directors voted to stop enrolling new law school students, meaning the law school will likely be wound down over the next few years.
“Enrollment has plummeted at Valparaiso University…
“The school, which enrolled only 29 full-time incoming students in 2017, is latest victim of declining interest in law school.”
The article is here.