Tuition-Free Stanford Undergrads

Last week Stanford announced that it will join the ranks of colleges that will waive tuition for undergraduate students whose families earn less than $100,000 per year.

Does any law school have the money (and the vision) to do the same?   Talk about a way to beat the U.S. News rankings!   I’d love to see what kind of chaos the admissions process would experience if a law school in, say, the top of the second “tier” were to offer free tuition.   My guess is  that school wouldn’t be second-tier for long.  

-Bridget Crawford

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