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Marijuana Law Classes Appearing in Law Schools
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LSU Law Student Indicted for Rape of Two Women
LSU Law Student Indicted for Rape of Two Women
San Diego Man With Autism Graduates from Law School
San Diego Man With Autism Graduates from Law School
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
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University of Idaho Law School Dean Says Residents Pay ‘Hidden Tax’

University of Idaho Law School Dean Says Residents Pay ‘Hidden Tax’ The dean of the University of Idaho law school said that residents of the state of Idaho pay a ‘hidden tax’ because 75 percent of the new lawyers do not graduate from the only public law school in the state,…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2013

Committee from ABA Issues Two Recommendations

Committee from ABA Issues Two Recommendations Two chapters of changes in law school accreditation standards have been approved by a committee of the ABA, according to the ABA Journal. One of the chapters deals with admission policies and practices and the other deals with organization and…>read more

No Comment January 23, 2013

UW-Madison Law Grad Arrested for Credit Union Robbery

UW-Madison Law Grad Arrested for Credit Union Robbery According to a story from The Wisconsin State Journal, a man who robbed an East Side credit union in Madison said he did so because he had over $250,000 in student debt. The man wore a Bucky Badger hate during…>read more

No Comment January 22, 2013

Trinity Western University Criticized by Council of Canadian Law Deans

Trinity Western University Criticized by Council of Canadian Law Deans Trinity Western University was severely criticized by the Council of Canadian Law Deans because the faculty members and the students at the school promise that they will “abstain from… sexual intimacy that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man…>read more

No Comment January 21, 2013

Yale Law Receives 82 Applications for Legal Ph.D. Program

Yale Law Receives 82 Applications for Legal Ph.D. Program In Yale Law School’s new Ph.D. in Law for students who wish to become law professors, there are already 82 applications filed for the first five spots in the program, according to The National Law Journal. The deadline for applications…>read more

1 Comment January 18, 2013

William H. Bowen School of Law Names New Dean

William H. Bowen School of Law Names New Dean The William H. Bowen School of Law announced via a press release that Michael Hunter Schwartz has been named the school’s new dean. The law school is at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Schwartz joins the university with…>read more

No Comment January 17, 2013

Jenny Rivera Nominated for Seat on New York State Court of Appeals

Jenny Rivera Nominated for Seat on New York State Court of Appeals Jenny Rivera was nominated by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to fill a vacant seat on the state Court of Appeals. The seat was left vacant when Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick retired on December 31, according to the New York Law…>read more

1 Comment January 16, 2013

Law School Students Increase Legal Skills with Professor Interactions

Law School Students Increase Legal Skills with Professor Interactions A new survey, the Law School Survey of Student Engagement, found that students who interacted more often with classmates and faculty members at their law schools improved their critical and analytical thinking, writing and research skills, and ethical development, according…>read more

No Comment January 15, 2013

Dean of New England Law School Highest Paid in United States

Dean of New England Law School Highest Paid in United States The veteran dean of the New England Law School, John F. O’Brien, is quite possibly the highest paid law school dean in the United States. O’Brien makes more than $867,000 per year in salary and benefits, according to The Boston…>read more

No Comment January 14, 2013

Yale Law Hires First Tenured Hispanic Professor

Yale Law Hires First Tenured Hispanic Professor It was announced earlier this week by Dean Richard Post that Yale Law School has its very first tenured Hispanic faculty member. Beginning on January 28, Cristina Rodriguez will join the faculty, according to The National Law Journal. Rodriguez has…>read more

No Comment January 11, 2013

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