British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest
Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest
Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating
Moody’s Downgrades Vermont Law School Rating
University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean
University of Maryland Names New Law School Dean
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Temple’s Beasley School of Law Granted Charter for Order of the Coif

Temple’s Beasley School of Law Granted Charter for Order of the Coif The Temple University’s Beasley School of Law has been granted a charter to establish a chapter of the Order of the Coif, a prestigious honor society that has been around for more than a century. The law school’s Dean JoAnne…>read more

No Comment March 27, 2014

Two More Law Schools Offer Accelerated Law Programs

Two More Law Schools Offer Accelerated Law Programs   The University of Iowa College of Law and the University of California Hastings College of the Law have entered into the accelerate program field, according to The National Law Journal. The programs let law students earn undergraduate and juris…>read more

No Comment March 26, 2014

American Bar Association Pressed By Law School Deans

American Bar Association Pressed By Law School Deans   Founded in 1878, The American Bar Association is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities. The ABA national headquarters are in Chicago, and it Increases public understanding of and…>read more

No Comment March 25, 2014

Rutgers-Newark Law School Creates Fellowship for Graduates

Rutgers-Newark Law School Creates Fellowship for Graduates   A program has been created at the Rutgers-Newark School of Law that eases graduates into the legal world. New law school graduates will be paid $30,000 to spend one year working at an on-campus law firm that serves low-and-moderate-income…>read more

No Comment March 24, 2014

UNC School of Law Sees Decline in Applicants

UNC School of Law Sees Decline in Applicants   The acceptance rate at the University of North Carolina School of Law has increased over the past couple of years as its ranking remains high, according to the Daily TarHeel.   The admission rate at the school has increased…>read more

No Comment March 21, 2014

Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M

Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M The Fordham Law School has announced the launch of a new dual-concentration LL.M degree option. Students accepting the option can remain at Fordham Law for an additional semester of full-time study (or the equivalent for part-time students) to complete 12…>read more

No Comment March 21, 2014

University at Buffalo Law School Cutting First-Year Enrollment and Faculty Numbers

University at Buffalo Law School Cutting First-Year Enrollment and Faculty Numbers   The number of new students and faculty members for the next school year will be trimmed by the University at Buffalo Law School, according to The Buffalo News.   The number of first-year law students will be reduced from…>read more

No Comment March 20, 2014

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Offers Masters of Law Degree

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Offers Masters of Law Degree   The very first “risk-free” juris doctor program is being launched by the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, according to The National Law Journal.   Students who complete one year of legal studies, but who do not want to continue their…>read more

No Comment March 19, 2014

New Dean Named at Cornell Law School

New Dean Named at Cornell Law School   The next Allan R. Tessler Dean of Cornell Law School has been named. Eduardo M. Peñalver, undergraduate class of 1994, and a faculty member at the school from 2006 to 2012, has been named the new dean, according to…>read more

No Comment March 19, 2014

ABA Votes to Keep Tenure Requirements in Accreditation Rules

ABA Votes to Keep Tenure Requirements in Accreditation Rules   Law schools will still be required to protect tenure for full-time faculty members if they wish to be accredited, according to The National Law Journal. A vote was held this past weekend by the American Bar Association’s Council of…>read more

No Comment March 18, 2014