The Arizona Board of Regents approved cuts in tuition for the College of Law for the 2013 - 2014 academic year on April 4, 2013. The reductions equal approximately 11% for in-state students and 8% for non-resident students. For more details, see the UANews post here.
For more news and commentary on this reduction, see the following articles:
- NEW: Above the Law, A Trend in the Making: Falling Law School Tuition? Let's Make It Happen, People!, Apr. 9, 2013.
- National Law Journal, Arizona Cuts Law School Tuition, Marking a First, Apr. 4, 2013;
- Arizona Republic, UA Law School May Cut Tuition to Lure Students, Apr. 3, 2013;
- Wall Street Journal Law Blog, University of Arizona Fires First Salvo in Law School Tuition War, Apr. 5, 2013;
- ABA Journal, Attention Law School Shoppers: It's Now Cheaper to Get a JD from the University of Arizona, Apr. 5, 2013;
- KVOA, University Students Face High Tuition, Apr. 4, 2013;
- Arizona Daily Star, University of Arizona Law School Cutting Tuition as Enrollment Drops, Apr. 5, 2013 (for those using this document as a news source: contains omissions of fact.)