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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
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 L...
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The Uniform Bar Exam Debate

The Uniform Bar Exam Debate Summary: New York has recently announced that it will adopt the uniform bar examination, leading many to wonder whether other states will follow. For close to the past ten years, the primary reason a uniform bar exam had not been…>read more

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Law School Graduation Ceremonies Want Preet Bharara

Law School Graduation Ceremonies Want Preet Bharara Summary: US Attorney Preet Bharara may be famous for prosecuting Wall Street but he is also gaining fame as the hottest law school graduation speaker. According to the Wall Street Journal the US attorney for the Southern District of New…>read more

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Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped

Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped Summary: Two William Mitchell College of Law professors filed a lawsuit on the school for a breach of contract when the school considered changing the tenure code. The lawsuit has now been dropped. William Mitchell College of Law in St…>read more

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New Deans Aim to Create Smaller Classes at Suffolk, Cardozo Law Schools

New Deans Aim to Create Smaller Classes at Suffolk, Cardozo Law Schools Summary: Two faculty members will take over as deans at the Suffolk and Cardozo law schools. According to the National Law Journal, two law schools have recently hired faculty members as their newest deans. Melanie Leslie, vice dean of the…>read more

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Faculty Members in the Dark about Charleston Law Closing

Faculty Members in the Dark about Charleston Law Closing Summary: Faculty members, students, and alumni are upset about the possible closure of Charleston School of Law and a possible sale to the InfiLaw System. Faculty members gathered on the gutted second floor of the BellSouth Building to hear from…>read more

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University of Hawaii Law School to Admit Students without LSAT Scores

University of Hawaii Law School to Admit Students without LSAT Scores Summary: Due to recent changes in American Bar Association rules, the University of Hawaii has announced it will accept a small number of students who have not taken the LSAT. According to KHON2.com, a new pilot program is being launched…>read more

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Business Savvy Gives JDs Cutting Edge

Business Savvy Gives JDs Cutting Edge Summary: Law schools are shifting to emphasize business more. With the high number of JDs looking for jobs, and the reluctance of law firms to hire them, having that cutting edge matters more than ever. So what is it? What…>read more

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Survey Shows Most Law Grads Think Two Years Enough

Survey Shows Most Law Grads Think Two Years Enough Summary: A recent Kaplan Test Prep survey gives insight to law school grad mentality. A recent survey put out by Kaplan Test Prep offers some surprising results from recent law program grads, making us question not so much if they…>read more

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Which Law Schools Have the Most Competitive LSAT Scores?

Which Law Schools Have the Most Competitive LSAT Scores? Summary: The schools with the most competitive scores are in the top 12 schools ranked by U.S. News and World Report. US News has revealed its U.S. News Short List, which is separate from its overall rankings of schools and…>read more

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UMass Law Faces $3.8m Deficit, Cuts Incoming Class by Third

UMass Law Faces $3.8m Deficit, Cuts Incoming Class by Third Summary: The University of Massachusetts School of Law, faced with a $3.8m deficit, has decided to cut its incoming class down by a third. The narrative of law school struggles continues, with the University of Massachusetts School of Law struggling…>read more

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