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Pacific Islands Judges Will Begin Week of Legal Training

Pacific Islands Judges Will Begin Week of Legal Training From July 19 through July 25, there will be 15 Pacific Island judges in Honolulu for intensive training at the William S. Richardson School of Law, according to a press release from the University of Hawaii System. The training will…>read more

No Comment July 15, 2014

Compared to Last Year, LSAT Test Takers Decrease

Compared to Last Year, LSAT Test Takers Decrease Recent data regarding the Law School Admission Test shows that law schools are still struggling following the recession, according to The Wall Street Journal. The number of tests taken for the month of June dropped by 9.1 percent compared to…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

LSU Law Center and LSU Planning Realignment

LSU Law Center and LSU Planning Realignment Leaders at LSU say that the plan to reunite the law school and the main campus is on track to be finished by January 1, according to The Advocate. The plan was approved at the March meeting by the LSU…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law Receives a Makeover

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law Receives a Makeover At the University of Louisville, the scenery is changing at Brandeis School of Law, according to WHAS. A makeover is taking place at the school one plant and flower at a time. It is being done by professors, students and…>read more

No Comment July 11, 2014

Aric Short Moves Into Vice Dean Position at Texas A&M Law School

Aric Short Moves Into Vice Dean Position at Texas A&M Law School Aric Short moved into the vice dean position following time spent as the interim dean of  Texas A&M University School of Law. The move happened when Andrew P. Morriss began his appointment as the dean of the school on July…>read more

No Comment July 10, 2014

Vermont Law School Joins Lawyers for America

Vermont Law School Joins Lawyers for America Vermont law School has announced a new partnership with Lawyers for America, LFA, according to a press release from the school found at vtdigger.org. The school has created the partnership in an effort to increase public service opportunities for law…>read more

No Comment July 10, 2014

Law Professor at Case Western Reserve and School Settle Lawsuit

Law Professor at Case Western Reserve and School Settle Lawsuit A lawsuit filed against Case Western Reserve University Law School by a law professor has been settled, according to a release from the Chandra Law Firm and The Plain Dealer. An announcement was posted online by the law firm, which…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2014

President of UT-Austin, Bill Powers, Asks for One More Year

President of UT-Austin, Bill Powers, Asks for One More Year Bill Powers has received support from alumni, lawmakers and higher education groups as he asks for one more year as the UT-Austin president, according to The Dallas Morning News. UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa requested that Powers voluntarily quit in…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2014

Law School Preparation Institute Awarded Grant from Texas Bar Foundation

Law School Preparation Institute Awarded Grant from Texas Bar Foundation The Texas Bar Foundation has awarded a $16,000 grant to the University of Texas-Pan American in an effort to support the Law School Preparation Institute (LSPI), according to Your Valley Voice. The grant will help 10 students pay for books,…>read more

No Comment July 7, 2014

Effects of Recession Causing Worry at Nation’s Law Schools

Effects of Recession Causing Worry at Nation’s Law Schools The latest data from the American Bar Association shows that first-year enrollment for the fall of 2013 at law schools dropped by 11 percent from 2012. This is a portion of the 24 percent drop in three years, according to…>read more

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