The school is attempting to address a combined deficit and place both of its locations on a path to sustained economic self-sufficiency by dramatically cutting costs and increasing non-J.D. tuition revenues, while simultaneously preserving the excellence of our academic program and not raising J.D. tuition appreciably, McConnaughay said.
The school still needs the consent of the Dickinson Law Association, the county Redevelopment Authority.
I'll tell you which campus they should shut down, but I don't think they'll like it. Why the Commonwealth was willing to spend the money to build that monument to vanity, I'll never understand.