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Law Schools Trimming Sizes of Incoming Classes

Law Schools Trimming Sizes of Incoming Classes In a press release from Kaplan, the Kaplan Test Prep’s 2012 survey of law school admissions officers found that 51 percent of law schools decided to cut the size of their incoming classes. In the survey, 63 percent said that…>read more

No Comment November 19, 2012

Stanford Law Introduces Religious Liberty Law Clinic

Stanford Law Introduces Religious Liberty Law Clinic Stanford Law School recently announced that it is creating the very first religious liberty law school clinic in the country. The announcement, courtesy of the Stanford University Law School website, is below: “The Religious Liberty Clinic is the newest addition…>read more

No Comment November 16, 2012

University of Colorado Expands Law School Student Loan Repayment

University of Colorado Expands Law School Student Loan Repayment On Thursday, the regents of the University of Colorado at Boulder approved plans to expand a law school program aimed at helping students to pay off student loans, if they accept public service jobs in rural areas of the state.…>read more

No Comment November 16, 2012

Task Force on the Future of Legal Education Asking for Public Input

Task Force on the Future of Legal Education Asking for Public Input In a report from the National Law Journal, the American Bar Association’s Task Force on the Future of Legal Education is asking for input from the public on questions about the cost of legal education hurting the legal industry and…>read more

1 Comment November 15, 2012

Report Says Forgivable Loans to University of Texas Faculty Inappropriate

Report Says Forgivable Loans to University of Texas Faculty Inappropriate According to a report released by the University of Texas System, Larry Sager’s process to obtain a $500,000 forgivable loan for himself created “an impression of self-dealing that cannot be condoned” and should be suspended permanently. The report was written…>read more

No Comment November 14, 2012

Top Five Factors Take Into Account by Law School Admissions

Top Five Factors Take Into Account by Law School Admissions US News put together a top-five list of factors that are weighed the heaviest by law school admission teams when deciding who to admit to their law school each year. On the list of top-five factors, how the applicant scored…>read more

No Comment November 13, 2012

Lawsuit Against John Marshall Law School Dismissed

Lawsuit Against John Marshall Law School Dismissed A lawsuit filed against John Marshall Law School was thrown out of court by a judge from Cook County that claimed the school, in Chicago, falsely advertised employment numbers associated with its graduates, according to the Chicago Tribune. According to…>read more

No Comment November 12, 2012

Arizona State University to Move Law School by 2016

Arizona State University to Move Law School by 2016 Interesting news came out today that Arizona State University will be moving the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law from its current Tempe location to downtown Phoenix. The move will involve building a brand-new six-story facility that’s expected to cost…>read more

No Comment November 9, 2012

Northeastern Law Graduate Elected Governor of New Hampshire

Northeastern Law Graduate Elected Governor of New Hampshire The next governor of New Hampshire is Maggie Hassan. Hassan is a 1985 graduate of the Northeastern School of Law. In an interview with news@Northeastern, Hassan said that her education and co-ops while in school will help her lead the…>read more

No Comment November 8, 2012

Alexander V. Sarcione Sr. Passes Away at 86

Alexander V. Sarcione Sr. Passes Away at 86 One of the founders of Widener University School of Law, Alexander V. Sarcione Sr., died at the age of 86 at his home on November 3, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Sarcione’s son-in-law, Paul Ryan, said that he was ‘sharp…>read more

No Comment November 7, 2012

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