Free Market Evaluation - Send us your resume and we will give you free feedback
Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Yale Law School Announces New Grading System
Yale Law School Announces New Grading System
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
Two Law Schools No Longer Require LSAT for Admission
Two Law Schools No Longer Require LSAT for Admission
Legal Job Listings

Law School News

Law Schools Still Fighting off Graduate’s Charges of Fraud over Employment Statistics

Law Schools Still Fighting off Graduate’s Charges of Fraud over Employment Statistics Were law schools deceitful back in 2009 and around then when they advertised that 97 percent of their graduates were employed within nine months of graduating? Southwestern advertised such and says they followed procedures put out by the ABA to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 21 April 3, 2013

Cooley Law School and Western Michigan University Could Form Alliance

Cooley Law School and Western Michigan University Could Form Alliance   According to a report from The National Law Journal, the Thomas M. Cooley Law School could soon be known as the Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School in what would be an affiliation, not a complete merger.…>read more

No Comment View Count: 19 April 3, 2013

Law Schools Providing Aid for Military Veterans to Obtain Legal Education

Law Schools Providing Aid for Military Veterans to Obtain Legal Education Veterans who want to pursue a career in law have the opportunity to attend a large number of the elite law schools in the country for free, according to The Wall Street Journal. Military veterans who served following the 2001…>read more

No Comment View Count: 24 April 2, 2013

University of Michigan Law School Staying the Course with Admissions

University of Michigan Law School Staying the Course with Admissions Over the past three years, applications to the University of Michigan Law School have declined, but the school is staying the course, according to Ann Arbor.com. Sarah Zearfoss, the law school admissions director, said that the school is not changing…>read more

No Comment View Count: 16 April 2, 2013

Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law to Offer Law Degree in Two Years

Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law to Offer Law Degree in Two Years At Drexel University, law students will be able to enter the job market after just two years of study instead of three, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. The new program, called “Fast Forward,” was announced by Drexel on Monday. The…>read more

No Comment View Count: 28 April 1, 2013

Slight Increase for Law Grad Job Rates

Slight Increase for Law Grad Job Rates The employment numbers for law school graduates stayed pretty much the same last year, according to data released by the American Bar Association. The data showed that 82 percent of graduates had some type of employment nine months after graduation.…>read more

No Comment View Count: 20 April 1, 2013

@LawVicissitudes

@LawVicissitudes @LawVicissitudes is a Twitter account that was launched less than two months ago, but it is creating a huge following among British law students and legal minds all over the world. The Twitter account is anonymous and has obtained over…>read more

No Comment View Count: 18 March 29, 2013

Fraud Lawsuit Against New York Law School Dismissed by Appeals Court

Fraud Lawsuit Against New York Law School Dismissed by Appeals Court The New York State Court of Appeals refused to hear the case of Gomez-Jimenez v. New York Law School. The case claims that the school enticed students to enroll using fraud, according to The National Law Journal. The vote of…>read more

No Comment View Count: 37 March 29, 2013

Top Ten Lists of Law Schools Created Based on U.S. News Rankings

Top Ten Lists of Law Schools Created Based on U.S. News Rankings Derek Muller is a professor of law at Pepperdine. He is also a colleague of the TaxProf Blog founder and fellow Pepperdine law professor Paul L. Caron. Muller decided to sift through the data released by U.S. News in the…>read more

No Comment View Count: 20 March 28, 2013

Final Member of Indiana Tech Law School Faculty Hired

Final Member of Indiana Tech Law School Faculty Hired The final member of the founding faculty at the Indiana Tech Law School has been hired by Dean Peter C. Alexander. That final member is Nancy Marcus. Marcus is a constitutional lawyer who practices in Cleveland, Ohio. She is going…>read more

No Comment View Count: 15 March 28, 2013

Job of the Day
Mergers & Acquisitions (m&a) attorney
USA-DC-Washington
Boutique corporate law firm seeking an attorney with 10+ years of experience including extensive experience in m&a deals. Successful candidates will have had 10 years or more of experience workin...


Apply now