Ex-Dean: I Expect Some Law Schools to Close

April 25 (Bloomberg Law) -- Former University of Nebraska and University of Houston Law School Dean Nancy Rapoport tells Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia that she expects some law schools to close their doors because of the student debt crisis. She also handicaps whether Congress will amend the bankruptcy code to let students discharge their student loan debt if they file for bankruptcy. Rapoport is currently a professor at the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada.

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