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Law schools are under real stress right now. The tuition, even at state schools, is expensive and aid is hard to find because law is a lucrative profession. Except many recent graduates are finding it isn't such a lucrative profession any more. They are being left with six-figure debts and no plausible way to pay them off as entry level positions evaporate and big clients crack down on legal costs. So how can a law school thrive in that environment? What will Boyd do?

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Dan Hamilton, Dean, Boyd School of Law, UNLV