February 16, 2014 8:58 PM

To attract students, law schools at KU and UMKC engage in a tuition border war

To broaden its pool of potential students, the University of Kansas Law School — calling itself “Kansas City’s leading law school” — has announced it will offer Missouri residents in-state tuition prices. Officials at UMKC Law say “virtually all” of its out-of-state students get scholarships that lower tuition to in-state levels.

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