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  • Tuition changes: California public law school dies today

    By Benjamin Eisenberg
    Thursday December 03, 2009


    The University of California Berkeley Law School is poised to become the most expensive publicly owned law school in the world. Over the next two years, fees will increase by 32 percent. That means that California students will soon pay almost $52,000 a year in tuition, only a few thousand less than equivalent private law schools. Out-of-state students will pay the same as if they had gone to Harvard or Yale.

    With these tuition changes, there will be no more Berkeley public law school. The California public law school dies today.

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    The Death of A Public Law School. Category: Reader Commentaries from The Berkeley Daily Planet - Thursday December 03, 2009
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