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Law Graduates Cannot Submit Test Results Due to Glitch

Law Graduates Cannot Submit Test Results Due to Glitch A glitch in a popular system to upload bar exam answers and essays failed temporarily this week, according to Fox News and the Associated Press. This means that the students’ answers were not uploaded or sent to state websites. The…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2014

Ranking of Law School Plays Major Role in Deciding Factor for Pre-Law Students

Ranking of Law School Plays Major Role in Deciding Factor for Pre-Law Students A new survey from Kaplan of more than 600 pre-law students has found that a law school’s ranking continues to play a major role in their decision as to where they will enroll. In most cases, this ranking plays more…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2014

Pilot Program at US Patent and Trademark Office Welcoming 19 Law Schools

Pilot Program at US Patent and Trademark Office Welcoming 19 Law Schools A total of 19 schools are joining the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s law school clinic certification pilot program in the fall, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. There are 28 other law schools that already belong to the…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2014

Cooley Law School Moves One Step Closer to Partnership with Western Michigan

Cooley Law School Moves One Step Closer to Partnership with Western Michigan The planned affiliation between the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and Western Michigan University has been signed off on by two accrediting bodies, according to mlive.com. President John Dunn announced that the plan is one step closer to its goal…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2014

Vermont Law Professor Cheryl Hanna Dies Unexpectedly

Vermont Law Professor Cheryl Hanna Dies Unexpectedly Beloved law professor of Vermont Law School Cheryl Hanna shocked staff and students after she unexpectedly died last Sunday. Although the cause of death has not been released, as of Tuesday night, police say that Cheryl Hanna, 48, was not…>read more

No Comment July 29, 2014

A&M Denies Honorary Degrees to Alumni of the School they Took Over

A&M Denies Honorary Degrees to Alumni of the School they Took Over What’s a lawyer to do when his alma mater is gobbled up by another law school? Can they join the new name? That’s what a group of attorneys from Texas Wesleyan Law are asking in their complaint to the America…>read more

No Comment July 28, 2014

Last Minute Reading for Bar Exam Takers

Last Minute Reading for Bar Exam Takers If you are taking the Bar Exam in the near future, here are some popular bar exam articles from LawCrossing you might appreciate: Pass the bar in one state, Work in Another. Don’t Panic! Ten Tips for Surviving the Bar…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2014

Law Schools Receiving Full-Time Applications Drops

Law Schools Receiving Full-Time Applications Drops Last year, applications to American Bar Association-approved law schools dropped to 385,400 from half a million, according to InTheCapital. For the fall of 2013, there were 10 law schools that stood out from the rest in terms of receiving full-time…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2014

Former Dean Jeff Shields Donates House to Vermont Law School

Former Dean Jeff Shields Donates House to Vermont Law School A gift has been given to the Vermont Law School by former dean Jeff Shields and his wife Genie Shields, according to a release from the school found on VTDigger. The gift is in the form of their home in…>read more

No Comment July 24, 2014

“Hackcess to Justice” Competition to be Held August 7-8 in Boston

“Hackcess to Justice” Competition to be Held August 7-8 in Boston “Hackcess to Justice” is a two-day competition created by the American Bar Association Journal that will occur on August 7 and August 8 at Suffolk Law School, according to BostInno. Students, entrepreneurs and coders will work collectively toward building solutions…>read more

No Comment July 24, 2014

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