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Elon and Campbell Law Schools Make Major Changes to Curriculum
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One Million Dollars Donated to University of Texas Law School
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Applications to Brandeis School of Law Plummet to New Lows
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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

University of Wisconsin Law School Creates Veterans Law Center

University of Wisconsin Law School Creates Veterans Law Center According to the Badger Herald, a brand new Veterans Law Center will open on Thursday at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The law center will provide legal assistance to veterans who live in Dane County. An open house is…>read more

No Comment November 6, 2012

New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia Law Schools Organize Sandy Relief Efforts

New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia Law Schools Organize Sandy Relief Efforts As of Monday morning, the law schools in New Jersey and New York returned to the classroom following the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy. The National Law Journal reports that at multiple schools, students and faculty members were volunteering…>read more

No Comment November 5, 2012

Dean of Wayne State University Law School Stepping Down

Dean of Wayne State University Law School Stepping Down According to the Herald Online, the dean of the Wayne State University Law School will not be seeking reappointment for another five-year term. Robert Ackerman will begin teaching full-time at the law school beginning in the fall 2013 semester. Ackerman…>read more

No Comment November 2, 2012

Law Schools Moving to Downtown Locations

Law Schools Moving to Downtown Locations It is becoming more and more popular these days for law firms to leave their university campuses and move into buildings in their city’s downtown districts in order to be closer to state and federal courthouses, major companies, law firms…>read more

No Comment November 1, 2012

Lincoln Memorial Drops Their Suit Against the ABA

Lincoln Memorial Drops Their Suit Against the ABA Lincoln Memorial University’s Duncan School of Law has decided to drop their federal law suit against the American Bar Association and play it by the rules. The frustrated school, which has struggled to gain accreditation, is suffering so bad due…>read more

No Comment October 31, 2012

Baylor Law School Appoints Judge Leonard Davis as 2012’s Lawyer of the Year

Baylor Law School Appoints Judge Leonard Davis as 2012’s Lawyer of the Year Baylor Law School has nominated and then named their Lawyer of the Year: Leonard E. Davis, chief judge of the Unites District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. “He is universally respected by both the bench and bar,” wrote…>read more

No Comment October 30, 2012

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