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University of Iowa Law School Sued by Former Student for Liberal Bias

University of Iowa Law School Sued by Former Student for Liberal Bias Teresa Wagner was deemed as a lead candidate for two open positions at the University of Iowa law school to teach writing. She is an alumnus of the school and had been working part-time at the school’s writing center. She…>read more

No Comment October 16, 2012

Law Schools Asking NALP to Hide the Truth about the Job Market

Law Schools Asking NALP to Hide the Truth about the Job Market In the editorial for the October bulletin of the National Association for Legal Professionals, the executive director of the group, James G. Leipold, has made some revealing insinuations. Leipold writes, “I have been surprised recently that a number of law…>read more

No Comment October 16, 2012

Jesse Choper, UC Berkeley Law Professor, Awarded Bernard E. Witkin Medal

Jesse Choper, UC Berkeley Law Professor, Awarded Bernard E. Witkin Medal Jesse Choper, a professor for UC Berkeley School of Law, received an award from the California state bar association for his contributions to legal scholarship, according to The Daily Californian. Choper was given the 2012 Bernard E. Witkin Medal. The…>read more

No Comment October 15, 2012

Harvard Law School Launches Video Interviewing of J.D. Applicants

Harvard Law School Launches Video Interviewing of J.D. Applicants On Thursday, Harvard Law School announced that it would be using videoconferencing technology to conduct interviews of J.D. candidates seeking admission to the program. Assistant Dean and Chief Admissions Officer Jessica Soban also confirmed that the Admission’s Office would be…>read more

No Comment October 13, 2012

Princeton Review Names Southern University Law Center Most Diverse Law School

Princeton Review Names Southern University Law Center Most Diverse Law School In the 2013 edition of the Princeton Review’s “The Best 168 Law Schools,” The Southern University Law Center (SULC) was named as the school with the most diverse faculty in the United States. In the book, the schools are not…>read more

No Comment October 12, 2012

Two Men Enter Guilty Pleas in Defrauding Vanderbilt

Two Men Enter Guilty Pleas in Defrauding Vanderbilt Jason Hunt and Samuel Wakefield have pled guilty to the theft of $530,000 from Vanderbilt University. The pair also pled guilty to aggravated statutory rape charges. The two entered their guilty pleas less than one month from their scheduled trial…>read more

No Comment October 11, 2012

Princeton Review Publishes 2013 Edition of Best 168 Law Schools

Princeton Review Publishes 2013 Edition of Best 168 Law Schools The Princeton Review recently published its 2013 edition for The Best 168 Law Schools and the rankings are both realistic and revealing. The survey was conducted among more than 18000 students at 168 law schools, and by collecting data from…>read more

No Comment October 11, 2012

Cooley Law School Hosts Henry Rollins

Cooley Law School Hosts Henry Rollins On Monday night, Cooley Law School played host to Henry Rollins and his 50-state ‘Capitalism’ tour. Rollins used to be a punk rocker but now works as a successful author and speaker. Rollins spoke to the crowd for close to…>read more

No Comment October 10, 2012

Former NFL Cheerleader Pleads Guilty in Sex-with-Student Case

Former NFL Cheerleader Pleads Guilty in Sex-with-Student Case Sarah Jones, a former cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals, pled guilty on Monday to having sex with a former student while she taught at a high school in Kentucky. Jones pled guilty to sexual misconduct and custodial interference in Kenton…>read more

No Comment October 9, 2012

Fordham Law School Partners With Chinese Business Lawyers Association to Give Students International Exposure

Fordham Law School Partners With Chinese Business Lawyers Association to Give Students International Exposure Like most major U.S. Universities, Law Schools continue to internationalize and globalize their student’s perspective, offering comparative law courses or training for law in specific foreign countries. New York City’s Fordham Law School, for instance, has become the first law…>read more

No Comment October 9, 2012

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