British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest
Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest
Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating
Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating
University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean
University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean
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British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam

British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam   Vanessa Knowles, 25, is a British law student who is paying for her degree by earning money as a stripper. She strips using a webcam for online followers, according to the New York Daily News.   Knowles enrolled in…>read more

No Comment April 18, 2014

Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest

Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest   On Wednesday, the University of Colorado Boulder announced that it will be the recipient of a $10 million gift in a bequest, according to The Denver Business Journal.   This will be the largest cash gift in the history…>read more

No Comment April 17, 2014

Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating

Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating   Vermont Law School had its rating downgraded by Moody’s Investors Service. The rating went from Baa2 to Ba1 on the school’s $10.3 million Series 2011 Revenue Bonds that were issued by the Vermont Educational and Health Buildings Finance Agency,…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2014

University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean

University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean   The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has announced its new dean. According to The Baltimore Sun, Donald B. Tobin was named the new dean of the school. Tobin succeeds Phoebe Haddon as the dean.  …>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Trinity Western University Receives Go-Ahead to Create Law School

Trinity Western University Receives Go-Ahead to Create Law School   The Law Society of British Columbia has cleared Trinity Western University to open its own law school, according to The Global Post. The school requires its students to follow a community covenant that forbids intimacy outside of heterosexual relationships.…>read more

No Comment April 14, 2014

Vermont Law School Receives Anonymous Donation

Vermont Law School Receives Anonymous Donation   The number-one ranked law school in the country for environmental law, Vermont Law School, has received a $500,000 gift from an anonymous donor. The school is in the top 20 for clinical training, according to VermontBiz.com.   The gift…>read more

No Comment April 11, 2014

Jobs for Law Students Gradually on the Rise

Jobs for Law Students Gradually on the Rise     According to data released by the American Bar Association, very little has changed for graduates in the hiring market. 57 percent of the 46,776 students who graduated in 2013 found full-time, long term jobs that required bar passage within…>read more

No Comment April 10, 2014

University of La Verne College of Law Announces No Discounts and Fixed Tuition

University of La Verne College of Law Announces No Discounts and Fixed Tuition   The University of La Verne College of Law announced a new policy that includes no grants, no scholarships, and no tuition discounts at all. The law school, in Southern California, is the first to adopt a flat and frozen…>read more

No Comment April 9, 2014

University of Georgia School of Law Wins South Texas Mock Trial Challenge

University of Georgia School of Law Wins South Texas Mock Trial Challenge   The Third Annual South Texas Mock Trial Challenge was won by the University of Georgia School of Law, according to Online Athens. The school overcome roughly 30 teams to bring home the national title.   The students who took…>read more

No Comment April 9, 2014

Harvard Law School Yet to Complete Title IX Investigation from 2010 Complaint

Harvard Law School Yet to Complete Title IX Investigation from 2010 Complaint   Harvard continues to face questions about how the college handles sexual assault cases as the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights investigates a complaint filed against the Law School in 2010, according to The Harvard Crimson.   The…>read more

No Comment April 8, 2014

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