Earlier this month I wrote a post about the controversy which has been brewing for some time surrounding the law school numbers game. Are we at the top of the market? The end of the line? The peak of our pride (which, as we all know, goeth before the fall)?
An article posted on the New York Times website two days ago indicates that "America’s love affair with law school finally seems to be waning." Application numbers are down (12.5% from a year ago), the article says, as are LSAT numbers (10 or 16.5%, depending upon your point of comparison).
Could it be true? Are we going to have trouble finding interns in the coming years?