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Gonzaga University Law School has enrolled 24 students in its initial effort to help graduates earn a degree in two years. That’s twice as many as expected.
Starting next year, Gonzaga University Law School will make it easier for students to get a law degree in two years instead of three. Announced Monday by GU Law School Dean Jane Korn, the change is a reaction to the continuing decline in law school enrollments nationwide.
Gonzaga School of Law will celebrate its 100th year with a party this weekend. But the bigger news for GU law school Dean Jane Korn on Tuesday was learning that 80 applicants have paid their $500 deposit for next fall’s first-year class. That’s one more applicant than a year ago. While deposits don’t guarantee a person will enroll, it’s a sign of strong interest.
Jane B. Korn never saw herself becoming an attorney – let alone the first female dean of Gonzaga University School of Law. Ending her first month on the job after being chosen to replace Earl F. Martin, who stepped down to become the school’s executive vice president, Korn said she has appreciated every moment.