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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Tuition Costs Ranked, West Virginia University’s College of Law in Top 100

Tuition Costs Ranked, West Virginia University’s College of Law in Top 100   Established in 1878 as the first professional school in the state of West Virginia, West Virginia University College of Law remains the only law school in the state. U.S. News & World Report listed WVU’s full-time Juris Doctor Program…>read more

No Comment April 7, 2014

Lowenstein Sandler LLP Adds Christopher Henry to M&A Practice

Lowenstein Sandler LLP Adds Christopher Henry to M&A Practice   The law firm of Lowenstein Sandler LLP announced via a press release that it has added Christopher Henry as a partner in its private equity and mergers and acquisitions practices. Henry will work as a partner in the New…>read more

No Comment April 7, 2014

Harvard Law School Identifies Binding of Book as Sheepskin

Harvard Law School Identifies Binding of Book as Sheepskin   A book owned by Harvard Law School has long since been rumored to have been bound in human skin. But, alas, the book was actually bound in sheepskin, according to The Harvard Law School Library Blog.   There is…>read more

No Comment April 4, 2014

Alberto Gonzales Named Dean of Belmont University

Alberto Gonzales Named Dean of Belmont University   Former President George W. Bush’s administration, U.S. attorney general Alberto Gonzales, has been named dean of Belmont University. Alberto Gonzales, who was U.S. attorney general from 2005 to 2007, appointment as dean is effective June on 1. Prior to…>read more

No Comment April 3, 2014

Brooklyn Law School Announces Tuition Cut of 15 Percent

Brooklyn Law School Announces Tuition Cut of 15 Percent   It was announced today by the Board of Trustees at Brooklyn Law School that a 15 percent across-the-board tuition reduction will take effect with the 2015-2016 academic year, according to The Brooklyn Daily Eagle.   Nicholas W. Allard, Joseph…>read more

No Comment April 3, 2014

A Few Albany Law School Faculty Take Voluntary Buyouts

A Few Albany Law School Faculty Take Voluntary Buyouts     Albany Law School announced on Tuesday that some of their faculty will accept voluntary separation packages. The School offered the buyouts in hopes of balancing faculty student ratios and reduce running costs. The packages began to be offered this…>read more

No Comment April 2, 2014

Columbus School of Law Offers New Master’s Degree in Legal Studies

Columbus School of Law Offers New Master’s Degree in Legal Studies   The Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law is launching a new Master of Legal Studies (M.L.S.) degree program. The course will start from the summer of 2014 and applications are already being accepted. The program aims to…>read more

No Comment April 1, 2014

Updated Data for Highest Starting Salaries of Law School Graduates

Updated Data for Highest Starting Salaries of Law School Graduates   Most of the data in a story we published earlier this month turned out to be incorrect when it comes to the highest starting salaries for law school graduates.   The data was published by the National Association for…>read more

No Comment March 31, 2014

Hamline University School of Law to Offer Master’s of Law Degree Online

Hamline University School of Law to Offer Master’s of Law Degree Online   The Hamline University School of Law, in St. Paul, has discovered a new pool of talent to pull potential students from; professionals currently employed who do not have an interest in practicing law, according to The Star Tribune.  …>read more

No Comment March 28, 2014

Law Professor at George Mason Attacked in Classroom With Pepper Spray

Law Professor at George Mason Attacked in Classroom With Pepper Spray   A professor of law at George Mason University was pepper sprayed while in a classroom on Wednesday when a man attempted to perform a citizen arrest on him, according to ARLnow.com and the Arlington County Police.   The incident…>read more

No Comment March 27, 2014