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Phoebe Haddon Named Chancellor of Rutgers Camden
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Mercer University School of Law Grad Pleads Guilty to Murdering Fellow...
Small Bright Spots in Weak Employment Outlook for Law Grads
Small Bright Spots in Weak Employment Outlook for Law Grads
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British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
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Two Law Schools Offer Classes Leading to Alternative Employment Trajectories

Two Law Schools Offer Classes Leading to Alternative Employment Trajectories The Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law and the American University’s Washington College of Law may be on the roster of schools to be sued by the alma mater crusher that’s been spearheading a very large set of law schools…>read more

1 Comment May 21, 2012

CUNY Law School to Open New Location in June

CUNY Law School to Open New Location in June   This June, the CUNY School of Law will have its grand opening for its new building in Court Square, in Long Island City. The construction was announced in 2009 and it will provide the school with an extra 70,000-square-feet…>read more

No Comment May 18, 2012

Undrafted Rookie Turns Down NFL for Law School

Undrafted Rookie Turns Down NFL for Law School   With the state of today’s economy and job market, it is tough for people to have one job offer, let alone two. A former Ohio State linebacker, Andrew Sweat, had two job offers on the table. He could have…>read more

No Comment May 18, 2012

Church of Christ Affiliated Law School Recognizes LGBT Legal Society of Students

Church of Christ Affiliated Law School Recognizes LGBT Legal Society of Students Pepperdine University, which is known to have furiously opposed granting recognition to a gay-straight alliance of students called Reach OUT, last year, is reported to have officially recognized the LGBT Legal Society. According to Forbes, Thomas J. Stipanowich, the Academic…>read more

No Comment May 18, 2012

LDS Church Donates Millions To Create New Study Hall at the University of Utah Law School

LDS Church Donates Millions To Create New Study Hall at the University of Utah Law School Brigham Young University may have its own law school, but that isn’t stopping The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from donating $4 million to their rival, the University of Utah. They announced Friday that they would help…>read more

No Comment May 17, 2012

San Diego Launches Law School Solo Incubator

San Diego Launches Law School Solo Incubator After the City University of New York School of Law invented the idea of a solo incubator back in 2007, a few other schools have picked up on it, including the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law,…>read more

No Comment May 16, 2012

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Launching Solo Incubator

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Launching Solo Incubator With the economy confirming few jobs at law firms, a greater number of new graduates who had never thought of starting solo practice have begun to consider it. Needless to say, law schools are well aware that JD programs at…>read more

No Comment May 16, 2012

George Washington University Law School to Lower Enrollment

George Washington University Law School to Lower Enrollment   In the wake of decreasing application numbers at law schools, George Washington University Law School has reduced its enrollment intentionally. Paul Schiff Berman, the school’s dean, said that the school is not planning to cut a set number of…>read more

2 Comments May 15, 2012

Harvard Falsely Puts “Plagiarism” on Graduate’s Permanent Record — She Loses Six Figure Prospects, and Other Jobs

Harvard Falsely Puts “Plagiarism” on Graduate’s Permanent Record — She Loses Six Figure Prospects, and Other Jobs Megon Walker, who graduated Harvard Law in 2009, is now suing her Alma Mater for defamation. Specifically, they falsely accused her of plagiarism, giving her an unfair trial, and subsequently marring her permanent record so that a job that offered…>read more

No Comment May 14, 2012

Charleston School of Law Sends 195 New Graduates into the Market

Charleston School of Law Sends 195 New Graduates into the Market At the festive graduation ceremony, commencement speaker Bucky Askew – former director of the National Legal Aid & Defender Association told the new law graduates, “Earning a law degree is a privilege … lawyers have an opportunity, and I believe…>read more

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