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Albany Law School Names New President and Dean
Albany Law School Names New President and Dean
Many Law Schools Lowering Admissions Requirements
Many Law Schools Lowering Admissions Requirements
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Enrollment Stays Relatively Even at University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
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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

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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

New Dean Selected at University of Michigan Law School

New Dean Selected at University of Michigan Law School The new dean for the University of Michigan Law School has been chosen and the school is promoting from with, according to The National Law Journal. The new dean is associate dean for academic affairs Mark West. West will replace…>read more

No Comment January 10, 2013

Cooley Law School in Tampa Boasts ‘Rolling’ Admissions

Cooley Law School in Tampa Boasts ‘Rolling’ Admissions This article explains what’s really going on at Thomas Cooley Law School:┬áThomas Cooley Law School Exposed (and Why Much of the Legal Profession is a Scam) When the Thomas M. Cooley Law School arrived in Tampa, Florida, many people in…>read more

No Comment January 9, 2013

Law School Dropout Puts Name Up for Bid on eBay

Law School Dropout Puts Name Up for Bid on eBay Jason Madsen has decided to put his name up for auction on eBay in an order to pay off his law school debt. Madsen is a law school dropout, forced to quit, after his bad credit prevented him from borrowing…>read more

No Comment January 8, 2013

California State Bar Activates New Guidelines for Law Schools

California State Bar Activates New Guidelines for Law Schools In December, the California State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners voted to adopt changes to the guidelines for accredited law schools. The guidelines specify that the law schools have to maintain a cumulative bar examination rate of 40 percent if…>read more

No Comment January 7, 2013

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