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Should Law Schools be Closing?
Should Law Schools be Closing?
The Top 10 Underrated Law Schools
The Top 10 Underrated Law Schools
Kellogg Foundation Gives Grant to Vermont Law School
Kellogg Foundation Gives Grant to Vermont Law School
$3 Million in Funding to be removed from UNC Law School
$3 Million in Funding to be removed from UNC Law School
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Should Law Schools be Closing?

Should Law Schools be Closing? Summary: In such a weakened legal job market, many feel that law schools should be closing instead of receiving accreditation. According to Bloomberg, earlier this month, the American Bar Association gave provisional accreditation to a new law school at Concordia…>read more

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The Top 10 Underrated Law Schools

The Top 10 Underrated Law Schools Summary: A new way of ranking law schools based on LSAT median scores, employment outcomes, and citations has uncovered several law schools with strong programs but not much public attention. Everyone knows of the most popular and prestigious law schools…>read more

No Comment View Count: 130 June 30, 2015

Kellogg Foundation Gives Grant to Vermont Law School

Kellogg Foundation Gives Grant to Vermont Law School Summary: Vermont Law School’s Center for Agriculture and Food Systems received a grant to address the national food policy for a healthier and sustainable system to support at-risk populations. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation granted $261,965 to the Center for Agriculture…>read more

No Comment View Count: 105 June 29, 2015

$3 Million in Funding to be removed from UNC Law School

$3 Million in Funding to be removed from UNC Law School Summary: A portion of the State funding for UNC Chapel Hill School of Law has been taken away to give to the Mountain Area Health Education Center, in efforts to increase doctors in the area. North Carolina State Republican Senator…>read more

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Washington, D.C. Bar Exam Takers Will Be Allowed to Type on Personal Laptops

Washington, D.C. Bar Exam Takers Will Be Allowed to Type on Personal Laptops Summary: The D.C. Court of Appeals recently announced that bar exam takers will be allowed to type their answers to essay questions on their personal laptops. According to the National Law Journal, those planning to take the bar exam in…>read more

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Concordia Law School Working to Attract Students

Concordia Law School Working to Attract Students Summary: Concordia Law School has received provisional accreditation after months of back-and-forth with the American Bar Association. Graduates will now be able to take the bar exam this summer. According to the Idaho Statesman, the Concordia University School of Law…>read more

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JDs Increasingly Seek “JD Advantage” Jobs

JDs Increasingly Seek “JD Advantage” Jobs Summary: The ABA has noted the rise of alternative JD careers. Perhaps it was inevitable. With the legal market glutted with JDs and the market collapsed and barely recovered after 2008, of course all these debt-ridden JDs are going to…>read more

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Ex-UND Law Student Files Suit Against the School

Ex-UND Law Student Files Suit Against the School Summary: A former University of North Dakota Law School student is filing a civil lawsuit against the school, accusing it of wrongfully dismissing him from the Juris Doctor program. According to WDAZ.com, a lawsuit has been filed against the University of…>read more

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Opinion: Why More States Should Not Jump on the Uniform Bar Exam Bandwagon

Opinion: Why More States Should <u>Not</u> Jump on the Uniform Bar Exam Bandwagon by Ben Bratman In May, New York became by far the most populous and prominent state to adopt the Uniform Bar Exam, the standardized licensing test for lawyers created and promoted by the National Conference of Bar Examiners. New York is…>read more

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Branford Lawyer Fights Student Loans, Fails

Branford Lawyer Fights Student Loans, Fails Summary: A Connecticut lawyer attempts to escape his student loans, but is ordered to pay $236,000. It would be a savvy move if lawyers could learn the skills by which to outsmart the debtors who financed teaching those skills. That…>read more

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