November 04, 2016
...though recall that last year was up nearly 8% from the year prior to that. It's still early, but this suggests that this year's applicant pool is likely to be similar to last year's, meaning this may be the "new normal" for awhile.
October 31, 2016
...despite recently getting conditional accreditation. But given the enrollment figures and lack of demand, this is not a surprising development.
Blog Emperor Caron has been tracking them at various schools. At almost all the schools covered, enrollment is down substantially since 2010 and, even so, the numerical credentials of the enrolled students are also down.
October 27, 2016
October 12, 2016
October 10, 2016
October 01, 2016
Once again, officials of the Alabama legal system show that they accept the rule of recognition of the Federal legal system...
September 27, 2016
Choudhry's lawyers file motion for a preliminary injunction against Berkeley's second disciplinary procedure against him
You can read it here: Download 2016-09-22 PL Motion in Support of Preliminary Injunction - Doc No 13.
I'm glad they've taken this step. Berkeley has been out of control in this matter, and needs a federal judge to intervene.
(Thanks to Sam Issacharoff for the pointer.)
September 26, 2016
The Midwest was hit slightly harder by the downturn in applications than other parts of the country, but still this chart shows where we are from the 2010 peak, and also that many schools are recovering a bit. (2010, it is important to remember, was the peak for applications and enrollments.)