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Administrative Priorities at UNLV Law
From TaxProfBlog comes word that the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, which needs to fill a $2.26 million budget hole at its William S. Boyd School of Law, has decided to raise law school tuition and fees by a total of approximately $2.2 million (a 15-20 percent hike to the $20,000 in-state tuition and $33,400 out-of-state tuition for each student) while cutting a mere $68,351 from its operating budget and shedding a grand total of zero faculty or staff positions. You have to wonder: if UNLV law is so uniquely free of administrative bloat that $68,351 is really all it can afford to cut, why not just admit a couple extra students and make no cuts at all?
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