Law Schools Shrink Class Sizes Due To Lack Of Jobs

06/22/2011 05:12 pm ET | Updated Aug 22, 2011

While many pundits argue that law schools are doing a disservice to their students and graduates by training more lawyers than ever before for a job market that has taken a nosedive in recent years, a handful of colleges are taking steps in the opposite direction.

At least three law schools -- Touro Law Center and Albany Law School in New York and Creighton University School of Law in Nebraska -- have announced plans to shrink the size of their incoming classes over the the next few years.

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