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Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Law School Tuition Climbs, Especially in Top Schools
Yale Law School to Use New Grading System
Yale Law School to Use New Grading System
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
New Dean Named at Washington and Lee School of Law
Two Law Schools No Longer Require LSAT for Admission
Two Law Schools No Longer Require LSAT for Admission
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Settlement Reached in Case Against Kaplan Inc. and West Publishing Corp.

Settlement Reached in Case Against Kaplan Inc. and West Publishing Corp. A settlement has been reached in a class action that claims law school students paid too much for bar review prep course materials for BAR/BRI after it was discovered that West Publishing Corp. and Kaplan Inc. conspired to monopolize the…>read more

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Two Law Schools Increase Loan Repayment Programs for Students

Two Law Schools Increase Loan Repayment Programs for Students Two laws schools have made a legal education more affordable for students seeking careers in public interest, according to The National Law Journal. Those two schools, the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Northwestern University School of Law, have changed…>read more

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‘No Child Left Behind’ Impact Appearing at Law Schools

‘No Child Left Behind’ Impact Appearing at Law Schools A retired high school teacher who has been awarded multiple times for his work, Kenneth Bernstein, issued a warning in Academe and then reprinted in The Washington Post: “Professors beware—students educated under the No Child Left Behind and Race to…>read more

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U.S. News Releases 2014 Best Graduate School Rankings

U.S. News Releases 2014 Best Graduate School Rankings On Tuesday, the U.S. News 2014 Best Graduate Schools rankings were released, according to the release from U.S. News. In the law category, Yale University held onto its ranking as the best law school for 2014. Harvard Law School regained…>read more

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Northwestern University Law School Cutting Class Size by 10 Percent

Northwestern University Law School Cutting Class Size by 10 Percent On Monday, the Northwestern University law school said that in order to combat the economic situation and market demands it will reduce class sizes by almost 10 percent. The law school said it was taking the step to broaden financial…>read more

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Two Law Schools Offer Refund Program for Students

Two Law Schools Offer Refund Program for Students Some law school graduates who do not pass the bar exam after two attempts could be in line for refunds, according to a report from The National Law Journal. They would only qualify for the refund if they took part…>read more

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Law Schools Starting Firms to Help Graduates Get Jobs

Law Schools Starting Firms to Help Graduates Get Jobs This summer, Arizona State University will create a nonprofit law firm for its graduates, according to the New York Times. The dean of the university’s law school, Douglas J. Sylvester, said, “I realized that was what we needed (referring to…>read more

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MBE Set to Change from February 2015

MBE Set to Change from February 2015 The Kaplan Bar Review has reported after corresponding with the National Conference of Law Examiners (NCBE) that Multistate Bar Exam, (MBE) is set to undergo wide changes from February 2015. While the National Conference of Bar Examiners sent a letter…>read more

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University of Nebraska College of Law Sued by Former Student

University of Nebraska College of Law Sued by Former Student The University of Nebraska’s law school has been sued by a man from Omaha who was kicked out of the school months prior to graduation. The man, Layth Mohammad Al-Turk, claims that he was discriminated against due to his Arabic…>read more

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Georgetown University Sued by Donor Scott K. Ginsburg

Georgetown University Sued by Donor Scott K. Ginsburg In March of 2000, Scott K. Ginsburg donated $5 million to the Georgetown University Law Center, according to The Dallas Morning News. The money was donated to the school so it could build a new fitness center named the Scott…>read more

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