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LSU Law Student Indicted for Raping Two Women
LSU Law Student Indicted for Raping Two Women
San Diego Man With Autism Graduates from Law School
San Diego Man With Autism Graduates from Law School
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
South Carolina Legislature Steps into Fight over Charleston Law Sale
South Carolina Legislature Steps into Fight over Charleston Law Sale
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Website Issue for LSAC Forces Some Law Schools to Push Back Application Deadline

Website Issue for LSAC Forces Some Law Schools to Push Back Application Deadline A glitch with the Law School Admission Council’s online system has caused prospective law students and admissions offices to scramble this past week leading up to the March 1 deadline, according to The National Law Journal. The issue was found…>read more

No Comment February 28, 2013

New Deans Announced at Two Law Schools

New Deans Announced at Two Law Schools Quinnipiac University School of Law announced that Jennifer Gerarda Brown has been hired as the school’s new dean. She will take over the position on July 1, according to the CT Post-Chronicle. “Jennifer was selected from a pool of outstanding…>read more

No Comment February 27, 2013

UCI Law Dean to be Pryke Chair in First Amendment Law at the School

UCI Law Dean to be Pryke Chair in First Amendment Law at the School On Tuesday, UC Irvine’s law school announced that the head of the school will be working as the newly created chair of the school’s teaching and research on First Amendment law, according to The Orange County Register. Dean Erwin Chemerinsky…>read more

1 Comment February 27, 2013

Senator Ted Cruz Called ‘New McCarthy’ by The New Yorker

Senator Ted Cruz Called ‘New McCarthy’ by The New Yorker The office of Senator Ted Cruz spoke with TheBlaze about an article published by The New Yorker recently. The article dubbed Cruz as “our new McCarthy.” Cruz’s office called the article “curious.” Despite the ‘curious’ remark, a spokeswoman for Cruz,…>read more

No Comment February 26, 2013

Alan F. Westin Dies at the Age of 83

Alan F. Westin Dies at the Age of 83 According to his family, Alan F. Westin died at the age of 83 in Saddle River, New Jersey last Monday. His family said Westin passed away from cancer. Westin is known for his legal work that helped to define the…>read more

1 Comment February 25, 2013

ABA Submits Proposals for Law Grad Data Monitor

ABA Submits Proposals for Law Grad Data Monitor A request for proposals has been announced by the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, according to The National Law Journal. The request was announced so it can better police the employment data for…>read more

No Comment February 22, 2013

Stetson Students and Professors to Launch Online Advocacy Journal

Stetson Students and Professors to Launch Online Advocacy Journal Stetson University College of Law, home to the top-ranked advocacy program in the country, will launch the online Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law in May. This is believed to be the first law review designed to be read…>read more

No Comment February 21, 2013

First Law Clinic Focused on Pardons Announced by Former Maryland Governor

First Law Clinic Focused on Pardons Announced by Former Maryland Governor Former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich Jr., announced at a symposium hosted by the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law that there is a new clinic being formed that will devote time to the study of pardons, according to…>read more

No Comment February 20, 2013

Applications to Law Schools Continue to Decline Across the Country

Applications to Law Schools Continue to Decline Across the Country Compared to one year ago, the applications at Duquesne University’s School of Law have dropped by 15 percent. Dean Ken Gormley said that he is not trying to find more enrollees though, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “We want to…>read more

3 Comments February 19, 2013

Florida A&M Law School Warned of Poor Standards by ABA

Florida A&M Law School Warned of Poor Standards by ABA The law school at Florida A&M has been warned that it is not meeting standards in order to retain is accreditation, according to Diverse Education. A letter was sent to school officials by the American Bar Association outlining problems discovered…>read more

No Comment February 18, 2013

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