Louisville Law School has had a night school since the 50's for those who cannot go to school during the day. Now it appears as though it's trying to drop the program kind of on the sly. The Courier-Journal caught them at it.
The excuses given? The night time hours are needed for research. About half the night time students would prefer to go to school during the day. Declining interest.
The real reason? It's pretty obvious this is about ranking and reputation (which is, of course, denied). If you have a night school you aren't perceived as being as a superior school.
Because, y'know, it'd be a shame if an urban school was actually concentrating on giving people who work a chance to go to law school instead of worrying about how high it's ranked by a magazine.