Recent decisions by the American Bar Association have made it less strict for students to attend law school. Schools now have the option of allowing certain students to attend law school without taking the LSAT.
This change has many wondering if law schools aren't receiving the applicants they need, especially when they are making decisions in August to help more people.
According to an article by Bloomberg, law schools applications hit a 15-year low.
Law schools have consistently received 6.7 percent fewer applicants than in 2014, according to the Law School Admisison Council.
What does this mean for colleges across the country?
It means it's a great time to apply for law school especially with schools making so many accomodations, but this still leaves the concern if law school is still profitable.
Law admission offices seem to be answering with a resounding yes, but student apparently still have their doubts.