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Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Created
Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Create...
Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains
Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains
Law Schools Resist New ABA Guidelines on Job Definitions
Law Schools Resist New ABA Guidelines on Job Definitions
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LearnLeo Coming to Law Schools Near You

LearnLeo Coming to Law Schools Near You Summary: The online learning platform for law school students, LearnLeo, is now available for students at the top 20 law schools and accessible for all other students. LearnLeo, founded by Wilson Tsu, is a program aimed at helping first year…>read more

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UNM School of Law Co-Deans Deserve Combat Pay

UNM School of Law Co-Deans Deserve Combat Pay Summary: UNM School of Law has been going through deans due to unwilling faculty and a general lack of trust, making those in the position dodge bullets in an attempt to make everyone happy. The University of New Mexico School…>read more

No Comment View Count: 326 July 9, 2015

Christian Policies Do No Guarantee Accreditation for Canadian Law Schools

Christian Policies Do No Guarantee Accreditation for Canadian Law Schools Summary: The Ontario Supreme Court ruled that a Christian law school’s Community Covenant does not give everyone a fair chance to apply or attend the school. Christian law schools can be denied accreditation for having Christian policies, according to a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 419 July 8, 2015

Incoming Law School Dean Asked for Pay Cut

Incoming Law School Dean Asked for Pay Cut Summary: With declining enrollment and high tuition, University of Illinois’s new dean is attempting to cut costs, starting with his salary. The new dean at University of Illinois College of Law, Vikram Amar will be making $324,900 a year. That…>read more

No Comment View Count: 357 July 7, 2015

Two Professors Sue Charleston School of Law

Two Professors Sue Charleston School of Law Summary: Two tenured professors voiced opposition to the sale of the law school and were fired soon after. Was it a coincidence or an act of retaliation? Charleston School of Law has been undergoing some not so pleasant changes. Tenured…>read more

No Comment View Count: 336 July 6, 2015

Rutgers University Moves Forward with Merger

Rutgers University Moves Forward with Merger Summary: Rutgers University is hoping to receive all the approvals they need to merge their two law schools into one law school on two campuses. Rutgers first entertained the idea of merging their law schools in 2011 but Gov. Chris…>read more

No Comment View Count: 620 July 2, 2015

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. July 6 2015 Update from Dean Bilek at the bottom. According to Bloomberg, earlier this month, the American Bar Association…>read more

No Comment View Count: 613 July 1, 2015

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: 857 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: 281 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

No Comment View Count: 633 June 25, 2015

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