Law schools have become unpopular with Americans, who now seek a law degree in smaller numbers than at any point in the last three decades. To stake claim to a dwindling pool of applicants, schools have begun to offer heaps of cash in the form of grants. This means that, despite rising tuition, many students will pay far less than advertised to get a J.D.
PreLaw magazine took a look at American Bar Association data on the number and size of scholarships at law schools and estimated which private institutions are covering the largest share of tuition. The table below shows the schools that offered the most money to first-year students in the 2013-14 year, as well as the share of students that got grants.
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