QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY. The law school at the University of Bridgeport "all but went under in the 1990s." This law school was "picked up" by Quinnipiac University. Quinnipiac University's approach to its law school has been unusual. Rather than taking revenue from the law school to cover costs in other places in the university (e.g. the medical school), as is the custom elsewhere, Quinnipiac cut law-school enrollment by more than half, to 390--foregoing some $10-million annually in tuition--in a deliberate move to make the law school more selective. Reference: The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 7, 2008, Pages A1 and A15.