The Thomas Jefferson School of Law, widely criticized for the low employment and bar passage rates of its graduates, will not admit students to enroll this spring, as it has traditionally done. Officials did not respond to an email request for comment, and the phone of its press office appears to be disconnected. But Linda Keller, interim dean, told the blog Above the Law, "The law school is committed to providing the best environment for our students. We’ve decided to forego the revenue that a spring entering class would provide because a proportionally smaller spring entering class might not provide the vibrant, collaborative atmosphere for our new students that is an essential part of the first-year law student experience."
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