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University of Cincinnati Assigns first Female Dean in 182-Year History
University of Cincinnati Assigns first Female Dean in 182-Year History
Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Yale Law School to Use New Grading System
Yale Law School to Use New Grading System
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
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ABA Stats on New York Law Schools Show Slight Improvements

ABA Stats on New York Law Schools Show Slight Improvements Law schools are being a bit more careful to provide exact statistics on the employment rate of their graduates, thanks to a series of suits aimed against various law schools that their stats were misleading; and the American Bar Association…>read more

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Albany Law’s 14 Percent Decrease in Enrollment is Found to be Endemic of the Market in Recent Study

Albany Law’s 14 Percent Decrease in Enrollment is Found to be Endemic of the Market in Recent Study So we’ve heard a lot about how deplorable the market is for lawyers nowadays, about how some students are suing their law school alma maters for not warning them they would be unable to pay their six-figure student loans, and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 28 April 15, 2013

Ranking of Law Schools by Judicial Clerkships

Ranking of Law Schools by Judicial Clerkships One of the most prestigious distinctions a JD can gain is a clerkship; getting a clerkship at the federal level is one of the most coveted positions, and all but ensures a successful career. State and local clerkships also go…>read more

No Comment View Count: 27 April 12, 2013

Kaplan Test Prep Survey Finds More than Half of Pre-Law Students Expect Non-Attorney Jobs

Kaplan Test Prep Survey Finds More than Half of Pre-Law Students Expect Non-Attorney Jobs On Thursday, the report of a Kaplan Test Prep Survey found more than half of the surveyed pre-law students expecting to work in non-traditional legal jobs after they complete their degree. Confirming once again that the JD remains one of…>read more

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New York Law School’s Dean has the Connections for 26 Clinics for Students

New York Law School’s Dean has the Connections for 26 Clinics for Students The new dean at New York Law School, Anthony Crowell, comes with plenty of hot connections. He intends to use them to expand the school’s clinical offerings, launching 13 new clinics partnering with local nonprofit organizations. Crowell has been posted…>read more

No Comment View Count: 48 April 11, 2013

Law School Honors Carter, Controversy Ensues

Law School Honors Carter, Controversy Ensues The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, a scholarly publication edited by the students of the Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School honored former President Jimmy Carter with their International Advocate for Peace Award, angering graduates and the student body of Yeshiva…>read more

No Comment View Count: 7 April 10, 2013

Graduates of Pace Law School Join Pace Community Law Practice

Graduates of Pace Law School Join Pace Community Law Practice The Pace Community Law Practice, a nonprofit law firm operated by Pace Law School, added four new fellows after the Class of 2012 graduated, according to the New York Law Journal. The program is modeled after the residencies that medical…>read more

No Comment View Count: 26 April 9, 2013

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Former Cooley Law School Student

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Former Cooley Law School Student A former law student from Thomas M. Cooley Law School has won a court case in the Michigan Court of Appeals. The court ruled in favor of the former student with a unanimous vote. The former student, identified as Doe…>read more

2 Comments View Count: 55 April 8, 2013

Harvard Law School Holds Conference on Liberal Law Faculties

Harvard Law School Holds Conference on Liberal Law Faculties Harvard Law School will hold a conference today that asks the question: Are law school faculties too liberal? Joey Alicea, the president of the Harvard branch of the conservative-libertarian Federalist Society, and the organizer of the conference, told USA Today,…>read more

5 Comments View Count: 48 April 5, 2013

Ex-White House Lawyer Named Next Dean of New York University School of Law

Ex-White House Lawyer Named Next Dean of New York University School of Law Current Columbia Law School professor Trevor Morrison who was formerly an associate counsel to President Barack Obama, was named on Thursday as the next dean of New York University School of Law. A native of Canada, Morrison is an established…>read more

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