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Rutgers University Moves Forward With Merger
Rutgers University Moves Forward With Merger
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Should Law Schools be Closing?
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The Top 10 Underrated Law Schools
Kellogg Foundation Gives Grant to Vermont Law School
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Miller Named Dean at Rogers College of Law

Miller Named Dean at Rogers College of Law An extensive national search for a new dean for University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law ultimately revealed that the best man for the position was under the faculty’s collective nose the entire time. Marc L. Miller, who…>read more

No Comment View Count: 146 May 29, 2013

Law Students Help Speed Up Backlogged Veterans Benefits Claims

Law Students Help Speed Up Backlogged Veterans Benefits Claims Thousands of veterans whose benefits claims have become backlogged may have a new solution: a new partnership between the William & Mary Law School and the Veteran’s Administration is using law students to handle veteran benefits claims more quickly. The…>read more

No Comment View Count: 68 May 28, 2013

Two of the Berkeley Law Bird Beheaders Sentenced

Two of the Berkeley Law Bird Beheaders Sentenced As a follow-up to our previous coverage of this story, two of the three Berkeley Law school graduates that were involved with the beheading of an exotic bird in Las Vegas have been sentenced, while a third will face more…>read more

No Comment View Count: 77 May 24, 2013

Columbia and Peking University Deepen International Collaboration

Columbia and Peking University Deepen International Collaboration As globalization increases, law schools have been intensifying their international relations. Columbia University, for instance, has increased their relationships with such colleges as Peking University Law School, a relationship that began in 2006 when Columbia joined Peking in a reciprocal…>read more

No Comment View Count: 121 May 23, 2013

California State Bar Passage Rate Dips Slightly, Still Strong

California State Bar Passage Rate Dips Slightly, Still Strong The State Bar of California’s Committee of Bar Examiners released the passage rate for those that took February’s Bar Exam, and found that it is slightly lower than it was for the same test in 2012. 41% of those that…>read more

No Comment View Count: 424 May 22, 2013

USD Hires Their Interim Dean into Permanent Role

USD Hires Their Interim Dean into Permanent Role Thomas Earl Geu has been appointed the dean of the School of Law at the University of South Dakota after working as interim dean since 2011. Geu has the background sufficient to empower him to fill this position, beginning at…>read more

No Comment View Count: 68 May 21, 2013

Law Schools Start Offering Master’s Degrees

Law Schools Start Offering Master’s Degrees Necessity being the mother of invention, law schools have considered how their enrollment is down 15 percent these last two years (according to the American Bar Association,) and come up with the solution that they will start offering master’s degrees.…>read more

No Comment View Count: 97 May 20, 2013

Law School Accuses Student of Assuming Deceit in Disagreements, Student Files Defamation Suit

Law School Accuses Student of Assuming Deceit in Disagreements, Student Files Defamation Suit A student of Wake Forest University School of Law has filed a complaint against his school, alleging that he was defamed via a letter from one of the institution’s deans. Daniel Skinner has filed a defamation lawsuit against the school,…>read more

No Comment View Count: 169 May 17, 2013

Mandatory Preadmission Pro Bono Work in New Jersey

Mandatory Preadmission Pro Bono Work in New Jersey In a report released on Thursday, the New Jersey Courts’ Working Group on the Proposed Preadmission Pro Bono Requirement, created by New Jersey Chief Justice Stuart Rabner, recommended a rule requiring those seeking admission to the New Jersey bar to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 119 May 16, 2013

Survey Shows US News’ Leading Law Schools Lack Diversity

Survey Shows US News’ Leading Law Schools Lack Diversity Though U.S. News and World Report’s top ranking law schools may be perceived to be among the country’s best, there is one important factor in which they are all lacking: staff diversity. Lawyers of Color magazine released their own rankings…>read more

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