U of Iowa drops law tuition by 16.4%

December 6, 2013 The shrinking candidature for US law schools seems finally to be having an impact on the tuition numbers, with the University of Iowa College of Law announcing that it is cutting tuition by 16.4 percent for JD students beginning in the fall of 2014.

The cut will save $4,309 for students from Iowa, who will now pay annual tuition of $21,965, and $7,750 for nonresident students, who will pay $39,500.

Law dean Gail Agrawal explained that the move is intended to help the law school stay competitive in a declining market for legal services. “The University of Iowa College of Law has long been recognized as providing high quality for an affordable price. We want to take a leading role in the evolving face of legal education and ensure our place as a best value proposition among the top public law schools,” she explained.

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