The University name escapes me now, but there was one about 8 or 9 years ago that either set up or expanded an old law school to start offering the LLB rather than merely the B.A. Between devising the new course, gaining accredition, improving facilities and attracting a dozen staff, the cost ran to about £4million of an outlay, plus staffing costs of nearly a million quid a year (and this was a fairly modest law school, may have been a post 1992 institution). They then worked out they'd have to get so many hundred law students in the course for the next decade to even break even on their costs. St Andrews has probably decided that due to the uniqueness of Scots Law, there are enough good Law schools out there in Scotland to make the investment not worthwhile. Its not like theyre doing badly for applicants as it is.