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Enrollment in Non-J.D. Programs Increases

Enrollment in Non-J.D. Programs Increases In a report from the ABA Now, enrollment in programs not related to J.D. at American Bar Association-approved law schools has seen a major increase since the year 2000. The data was released by the ABA Section of Legal Education…>read more

No Comment December 21, 2012

New York Law School Misleading Jobs Data is Not a Sufficient Cause of Action

New York Law School Misleading Jobs Data is Not a Sufficient Cause of Action On Thursday, the Appellate Division, First Department upheld the dismissal of a class action lawsuit brought by nine graduates alleging that the New York Law School had published misleading data, and it’s employment data did not clarify that it included…>read more

No Comment December 21, 2012

Legal Employment Brighter in the State of Alabama

Legal Employment Brighter in the State of Alabama A recent study conduct by the Alabama State Bar said that the legal employment market for law school graduates in the state seems to be improving. The survey, which consists of 111 individuals who were admitted to the state’s bar…>read more

No Comment December 20, 2012

UVA Law Student Sentenced in Breaking and Entering Case

UVA Law Student Sentenced in Breaking and Entering Case On December 18, Joshua Gomes was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence in court for breaking into Carruthers Hall at University of Virginia and installing a coat-hook camera in the registrar’s office. Gomes, 26, was also ordered to remain on…>read more

No Comment December 20, 2012

Seton Hall University Expands Tuition Program to Include Law School

Seton Hall University Expands Tuition Program to Include Law School Seton Hall University announced via a press release on Tuesday that it has expanded its program that permits students who qualify to save over 50 percent on tuition. The program has been extended to include the law school. The program…>read more

No Comment December 19, 2012

Student Debt Could Create Major Problem When Tax Bill Arrives

Student Debt Could Create Major Problem When Tax Bill Arrives A tax time bomb could be looming large for students who borrowed money in order to go to school. One way to repay those loans is to use the income-based repayment program. This is when the monthly payments are limited…>read more

No Comment December 18, 2012

Weird Electives at Law Schools Raise Questions

Weird Electives at Law Schools Raise Questions In today’s struggling legal industry, law students are still forced to take courses that many would never think twice about enrolling in if not in law school. These classes are usually taken in the third year of law school and…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2012

Attorney for Law School Grads Describes Law Schools as Frauds

Attorney for Law School Grads Describes Law Schools as Frauds An attorney representing over 100 clients in the middle of 14 lawsuits against their law schools claims that the schools inflated post-graduation employment stats. The attorney, David Anziska, said that the students want their tuition reimbursed and want the schools…>read more

No Comment December 14, 2012

Interim Dean of St. Louis University Law School Talks about First Semester

Interim Dean of St. Louis University Law School Talks about First Semester Tom Keefe Jr. spent this fall as the dean of St. Louis University’s law school while also working as an attorney with a plaintiff’s practice. He spoke with The Madison-St. Clair Record recently about working both positions. “That really is…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

Arizona Supreme Court Permits Third-Year Students to Take Bar Prior to Graduation

Arizona Supreme Court Permits Third-Year Students to Take Bar Prior to Graduation On December 10, the Arizona Supreme Court said that third-year law students are allowed to take the bar exam prior to them graduating from law school, according to The National Law Journal. With the new rule, third-year students are permitted…>read more

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