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Western Michigan University and Cooley One Step Closer to Affiliation
Western Michigan University and Cooley One Step Closer to Affiliation
Vermont Law Professor Cheryl Hanna Dies Unexpectedly
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Penn States Signs Agreement with Dubai Judicial Institute

Penn States Signs Agreement with Dubai Judicial Institute Announced this week, Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law will begin a collaboration with the Dubai Judicial Institute. The Dubai Judicial Institute is a law school located in the United Arab Emirates. The agreement between the two schools will…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2012

Former Tennis Player Attends Columbia Law School

Former Tennis Player Attends Columbia Law School One of the students admitted to Columbia Law School’s master’s program is that of Mario Ancic, a lawyer from Croatia who has a win over Roger Federer in tennis. “I’m trying to be prepared for every class,” Ancic said in…>read more

No Comment September 11, 2012

Teaching Credentials of Elizabeth Warren Questioned in 1990

Teaching Credentials of Elizabeth Warren Questioned in 1990 Robert Clark, the former Harvard Law School dean, said during an interview in 1994 that the school was working to use an affirmative action policy to hire more female faculty members. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate, was offer…>read more

2 Comments September 10, 2012

‘Old’ Means ‘Sold’ at the University of Texas Law School Library

‘Old’ Means ‘Sold’ at the University of Texas Law School Library At least 700 pieces of art and other collectibles that were given on long-term loan to the University of Texas Law School of Law Library are scheduled to be auctioned off in Dallas this Thursday. Apparently, after extensive renovation including…>read more

No Comment September 10, 2012

Graduate of Ohio State Foregoes Law School to Drive Oscar Mayer Wienermobile

Graduate of Ohio State Foregoes Law School to Drive Oscar Mayer Wienermobile According to Ohio State’s newspaper, The Lantern, graduate Theresa Brenner decided to work as an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile driver instead of preparing to attend law school. She even missed graduation in June so she could train as one of 12…>read more

No Comment September 7, 2012

U.S. Government Finds LSAT Is Discriminatory: DOJ Files Motion

U.S. Government Finds LSAT Is Discriminatory: DOJ Files Motion In a surprise move on Wednesday, lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department filed a motion in federal court in San Francisco in support of a group of prospective lawyers who are accusing those running the LSAT of discriminating against test…>read more

No Comment September 7, 2012

Jeffery Baker to be Sworn Into California Bar 34 Years after Graduating Law School

Jeffery Baker to be Sworn Into California Bar 34 Years after Graduating Law School Jeffery Baker will be sworn into the California State Bar just before 5 p.m. on Thursday evening by Alameda Superior Court Judge Gordon Baranco. Baker is being sworn into the bar 34 years after earning his law degree at the…>read more

No Comment September 6, 2012

Study Shows Law School Marketing Material is Largely Useless

Study Shows Law School Marketing Material is Largely Useless In the last week of August, a little-noticed study has been published by Larry Cunningham at St. John’s University School of Law. The study, named “The Effect of Law School Marketing Materials on U.S. News and World Report Rankings” researches…>read more

No Comment September 6, 2012

Villanova Law School Back to Normal Following Data Issues

Villanova Law School Back to Normal Following Data Issues The dean of Villanova University’s law school, John Y. Gotanda, is a lot more relaxed these days despite the problems that surrounded the school in 2011. It was discovered that prior to 2010, data for incoming freshmen was falsified. The…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2012

Scholarship from Bill Gates Foundation Sends Former Prisoner to Law School

Scholarship from Bill Gates Foundation Sends Former Prisoner to Law School Thanks to a scholarship from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, former criminal Shon Hopwood is attending the University of Washington for law classes. Hopwood robbed five banks and learned law while in jail. He then petitioned the Supreme Court,…>read more

No Comment September 4, 2012

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