ABA Journal:  Law School Transparency has resived its estimates of the total cost of financing a legal education.  The group’s new numbers show that the cost of paying full, out of state tuition prices are even higher than originally estimated

Previously, Law School Transparency had estimated that the average cost of borrowing money for legal education was about $195,000 for students starting law school this year, and $200,000 for students starting next year.  Law School Transparency has now revised those numbers to $210,796 and $216,406, respectively.