Law schools across the country have struggled in the last decade with declining enrollment.
In that time, the University of New Hampshire’s Franklin Pierce School of Law has seen many changes. It’s no longer a private school and it’s seen growing deficits.
The school spent more than double its operating budget last fiscal year, but university officials say these losses are an investment in the law school’s long-term success and things are starting to look up.
NHPR’s Morning Edition Rick Ganley spoke with the dean of UNH Law, Megan Carpenter.