Attendance Flags at Part-Time Law Schools

According to a panel of legal educators who gathered during the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) annual meeting in January, enrollment in part-time programs is declining. The group cited as contributing factors lagging employer support, workers' fears about losing their jobs, the growing popularity of Master of Business Administration programs, rising tuition and the tough legal job market. Even with the decline, law schools have continued to create part-time programs. The National Law Journal looks into it