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Posted by: Brittany Sims on Aug 15, 2013

With law school applications dropping more than 18 percent from last year's, according to figures from the Law School Admissions Council, law school hopefuls are bargaining as never before for financial aid to defray the significant costs of three years of legal education. CNN Money delves into the financial aid arms race at law schools as they are they sift through a smaller pool of applicants, making it harder to enroll students with sufficiently impressive grade point averages and law board scores — key elements that undergird their place in the national law school rankings.