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The Top 11 Northeast Law Schools in Employment Rates
The Top 11 Northeast Law Schools in Employment Rates
Employment Prospect for New Lawyers is Looking Up
Employment Prospect for New Lawyers is Looking Up
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Texas Wesleyan Seeks Acquiescence in Proposed Sell to Texas A&M by Fall

Texas Wesleyan Seeks Acquiescence in Proposed Sell to Texas A&M by Fall Will the sale of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law by Texas A&M University take place by the fall semester? That’s what A&M administrators are hoping as they rush through the purchasing process, which so far has produced a letter…>read more

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Chinese Dissident Claims NYU is Forcing Him to Leave

Chinese Dissident Claims NYU is Forcing Him to Leave A controversial Chinese dissident, Chen Guangcheng, claims he is being forced to leave his legal fellowship with New York University on account of pressure from the Chinese government. NYU recently opened a campus in Shanghai and collaborates on research and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 53 June 17, 2013

California Bar Recommends Practical Skills and Pro Bono Requirement

California Bar Recommends Practical Skills and Pro Bono Requirement Getting a J.D. in California might become just a little bit more difficult. The State Bar of California’s Task Force on Admissions Regulation Reform has issued a recommendation that new attorneys be required to complete 15 hours of practical skills…>read more

No Comment View Count: 187 June 14, 2013

Bird-Beheading Law School Grad Pleads Guilty

Bird-Beheading Law School Grad Pleads Guilty Bird isn’t the word for University of California, Berkeley law school graduate Justin Teixeira; the word is guilty. Teixeira, who graduated from the law school this May, pleaded guilty to criminal charges relating to beheading an exotic bird at a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 41 June 13, 2013

Diversity Matters Award Presented to Ten Law Schools and National LSAC Meeting

Diversity Matters Award Presented to Ten Law Schools and National LSAC Meeting Diversity has been the subject of discussion throughout the legal industry for many years, as law firms acknowledge its importance but sometimes struggle with the institutional changes that are required to effectively accommodate and take advantage of it. One thing…>read more

No Comment View Count: 51 June 12, 2013

ABA Defers Vote on Proposal to Push Back Law School Graduate Employment Reporting

ABA Defers Vote on Proposal to Push Back Law School Graduate Employment Reporting A proposal to push back the reporting of law school graduate employment rates by a month was deferred to August by the American Bar Association, according to a report by The ABA Journal. The change was advocated by a number…>read more

No Comment View Count: 32 June 11, 2013

70 Year-Old Sandra Wilson Graduates from Law School

70 Year-Old Sandra Wilson Graduates from Law School Though statistics show that fewer and fewer people are choosing to go to law school, the acquisition of a J.D. is still tremendously important for a number of people all over the country. Just ask Sandra Wilson, a 70 year-old…>read more

No Comment View Count: 74 June 10, 2013

Rutgers Reveals Drop in Enrollment, Typical of Law School Environment

Rutgers Reveals Drop in Enrollment, Typical of Law School Environment Though official reporting for the 2012-2013 school year is not complete, several schools are reporting a decline in enrollment. An informal survey conducted by the Philadelphia Business Journal revealed that Rutgers School of Law-Camden is facing an enormous drop in…>read more

4 Comments View Count: 223 June 7, 2013

Bar Results Release Schedule Hurting Law School Employment Rates

Bar Results Release Schedule Hurting Law School Employment Rates Employment rates for students that recently graduated from law school certainly aren’t good at the moment, but the American Bar Association is currently reviewing a change that may boost these rates for law schools in certain states, according to The…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 89 June 6, 2013

Phoenix School of Law Sued By Former Professors

Phoenix School of Law Sued By Former Professors Two tenured professors were let go from Phoenix Law School for opposing what they describe as the administration’s underhanded tactics to prevent first year students from transferring to other schools. Michael O’Connor and Celia Rumann both allege that they were…>read more

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