Friday, June 29, 2007

Law School admissions are smoking hot, Dean Roboski is "en fuego"

The Ave Maria School of Law has reported some amazing news regarding the upcoming class of 2010. The news speaks for itself and is a tribute to the administration, the faculty, the staff, the alumni and the students. Thank you Dean Charles Roboski - well done! You continue the excellent tradition of Dean Mike Kenney. From the school's website (emphasis added):

The application cycle for the fall 2007 entering class (the Class of 2010) has been extremely fruitful for Ave Maria School of Law. As of June 22, 2007, the applicant pool is an incredible 63% larger than the pool for the fall 2006 entering class at the same point in time. The dramatic volume increase is especially noteworthy in light of a national applicant-pool decline of 4.2%. Indeed, Ave Maria is one of only three ABA-approved law schools to experience an increase of this magnitude. The Admissions Office would like to formally acknowledge and thank the many students, staff, faculty, alumni, and supporters who helped make this achievement possible.

In terms of the class entering in August 2007, based on what is known at the present time, we expect to enroll between 120 and 130 students. Deposited candidates are from all regions of the country, nearly 100 undergraduate colleges, and include both traditional and non-traditional students. We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2010 when Orientation gets underway on August 20, 2007.

Members of the Class of 2010 can click here for a heartfelt welcome message.