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Number of UK Law Students Increases, Although Job Market Remains Bleak
Number of UK Law Students Increases, Although Job Market Remains Bleak
Emory Creates John Lewis Chair in Civil Rights, Social Justice
Emory Creates John Lewis Chair in Civil Rights, Social Justice
First Year Associates Are Seeing a Small Increase in Starting Salaries
First Year Associates Are Seeing a Small Increase in Starting Salaries
Why David Goldberg Opted Out of Law School
Why David Goldberg Opted Out of Law School
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Many States are Reconsidering Requiring the Bar Exam

Many States are Reconsidering Requiring the Bar Exam Summary: In the aftermath of the law bar passage rate of 2014, many states are considering bypassing the bar exam. By now most of us know the ongoing story of the 2008 recession and the transformative work it has had…>read more

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What the U.S. News Ranking Leaves Out in Choosing the Best Law School

What the U.S. News Ranking Leaves Out in Choosing the Best Law School Summary: New study shows that law school geographical proximity is important to future law firm success. It is indisputable that attending law school at a top ten ranked law school goes a long way in predicting your likelihood of landing…>read more

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Yale Will be Wiping Its Admission Records, Despite Student Protests

Yale Will be Wiping Its Admission Records, Despite Student Protests Summary: Students at various institutions have been angered by their school’s deletion of student admission records. The schools claim that they are allowed to do so under federal law. According to New Republic, Yale Law School Dean Robert Post gave…>read more

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Ohio State Law School Introduces Class on Marijuana

Ohio State Law School Introduces Class on Marijuana Summary: Professor Douglas Berman teaches a popular course at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law that focuses on the legal implications of marijuana legalization. “Marijuana Law, Policy, and Reform” is one of the newest classes offered at Ohio…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 4527 March 13, 2015

What Are Would-be JDs Becoming Instead of Lawyers?

What Are Would-be JDs Becoming Instead of Lawyers? Summary: Recent research has shown that fewer students are enrolling in legal programs, and more are joining engineering programs. Where are all the would-be lawyers going? Yes, enrollment has been down these last few years, reaching a nadir unseen since…>read more

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Why the U.S. News Ranking Now Discourages Law School Patronage

Why the U.S. News Ranking Now Discourages Law School Patronage Summary: How and why the U.S. News Ranking of law schools has changed their metric regarding law school patronage. The most striking change in the U.S. News Ranking of Law Schools, the magazine-based annual report that goes so far in…>read more

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The U.S. News Law School Rankings for 2016

The U.S. News Law School Rankings for 2016 Summary: The U.S. News law school rankings have been released. March 10 has arrived, and with it, the dreadful and awe-inspiring proclamations of the U.S. News law school rankings. Dreadful and awe-inspiring, that is, if you are a law school…>read more

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Why the Release of the US News Ranking Isn’t the Biggest Threat to Law Schools

Why the Release of the US News Ranking Isn’t the Biggest Threat to Law Schools Summary: Law schools have more to worry about than the release of the US News Ranking. March 10th might feel like a cataclysm for law schools. After all, that’s when the all important US News Rankings come out, which determines…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 2164 March 9, 2015

New Law School Trend? Some Schools Now Accept Students without LSAT Scores

New Law School Trend? Some Schools Now Accept Students without LSAT Scores Summary: Two law schools change their criterion so LSAT scores are not part of admission. With the pull and strain of law schools nowadays, which are down the lowest in enrollment since we’ve seen in the 1970s, we expect them…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 2387 March 7, 2015

University of Cincinnati Assigns First Female Dean in 182-Year History

University of Cincinnati Assigns First Female Dean in 182-Year History Summary: University of Cincinnati chooses their first female dean in their 182-year history. The University of Cincinnati, a 182-year old “hidden gem” in its own esteem, hopes to become a well-known gem with the help of their freshly chosen dean,…>read more

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