Law Schools Give Bad Admissions Advice

Ben and Nathan respond to student B’s email sharing a slide from Loyola Law School’s open house, where the dean recommended funding your legal education by taking out loans, private savings, and even crowdfunding—despite the fact that 70% of their students are there on scholarships. Ben and Nathan explain why law schools’ incentives are not aligned with applicants’. Each law school’s 509 reports can be found at