Sixteen Root-Tilden-Kern scholars graduate without tuition debt

On May 21, the Law School graduated an expanded class of 16 Root-Tilden-Kern Scholars, the first class in more than two decades to receive three years of full tuition in exchange for committing to public interest work after graduation. The New York Law Journal reports that the Scholars have positions ranging from death penalty work in Alabama to advocating for children's rights in New York City. May 23, 2008