Scalia: Most Law Schools Will Have to Make Cuts

In a commencement speech to William & Mary law graduates earlier this month, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said tuition will have to be cut at the “vast majority” of law schools as the system is not sustainable in its present form. Scalia, who does not support reducing the law school experience from three to two years, also suggested that professorial salaries may have to be reduced as a way to maintain the three-year model. The ABA Journal has his comments.