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UC Berkeley Law School Dean on Medical Leave

UC Berkeley Law School Dean on Medical Leave UC Berkeley Law School Dean Christopher Edley is moving on from his term as dean. He will remain a faculty member, but will be on a medical leave of absence as of this week.  His deanship will officially end in…>read more

No Comment View Count: 195 August 23, 2013

Two Law School Deans Skewed Stats to Bolster Rankings

Two Law School Deans Skewed Stats to Bolster Rankings How honest are law schools regarding the sorts of stats they give about student employment? Though it’s uncertain, at least two deans have been reprimanded for fudging another kind of statistic, the LSAT scores and grade-point averages of incoming students…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 123 August 22, 2013

Loyola Responds To Alumni’s Unemployment Complaints by Shrinking Enrollment

Loyola Responds To Alumni’s Unemployment Complaints by Shrinking Enrollment When the Recession has hit the legal market especially bad, with too many JDs arriving at the scene saddled with six-figure debt, and too few employers willing to take them on, the simple law of Compensations dictates that “something must…>read more

No Comment View Count: 104 August 20, 2013

The High Cost of Taking the Bar Makes some JDs Consider Their Options

The High Cost of Taking the Bar Makes some JDs Consider Their Options Considering that many JDs have already forked over around $40,000 per semester, and that about half of them will not find a law job within 9 months, isn’t it asking them a bit much to pay thousands of dollars to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 98 August 19, 2013

Cooley Law School Banks on Nest Egg During Withering Enrollment

Cooley Law School Banks on Nest Egg During Withering Enrollment Michigan’s Cooley Law School saw explosive growth since it opened its campus in Lansing, the state’s capital. Since then it has opened four other campuses across Michigan, and also one in Florida. But despite the success of their campuses, the…>read more

No Comment View Count: 81 August 19, 2013

Martin Lipton of Wachtell Still Involved with NYU

Martin Lipton of Wachtell Still Involved with NYU A group of NYU professors against the expansionist policies of NYU’s president John Sexton have rallied to have their voices heard. As mentioned in the article Faculty Group Demands NYU Wachtell Partner Lipton Quit Board of Trustees. The group asked that Martin…>read more

No Comment View Count: 90 August 16, 2013

Charleston School of Law Flirts with InfiLaw

Charleston School of Law Flirts with InfiLaw The Charleston School of Law has been in the market to merge and is looking for another school to combine with. Some would like to see the institution merge with the publically funded College of Charleston, but the Charleston School…>read more

No Comment View Count: 76 August 15, 2013

Chapman University School of Law Being Renamed Following $55 mln Donation

Chapman University School of Law Being Renamed Following $55 mln Donation On Wednesday, the Chapman University School of Law made a special announcement on its website and informed students and faculty that the school had received a $55 million gift to endow and rename the school. The gift, which the law…>read more

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10 Law Degrees that Render the Highest Salary to Debt Ratio

10 Law Degrees that Render the Highest Salary to Debt Ratio Aside from the general lack of jobs at the other end of a JD degree, with about half of those nine months out of a JD program even situated in a job at all, two other ugly tendencies have made…>read more

No Comment View Count: 265 August 14, 2013

ABA Approves of Texas Wesleyan Law Sale to Texas A&M

ABA Approves of Texas Wesleyan Law Sale to Texas A&M The final obstacle has been surmounted now that the American Bar Association has approved the sale of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law to Texas A&M University. The sale of $20 million, which will cost another $5 million in the…>read more

No Comment View Count: 101 August 13, 2013