Phoebe Haddon Named Chancellor of Rutgers Camden
Phoebe Haddon Named Chancellor of Rutgers Camden
Mercer University School of Law Grad Pleads Guilty to Murdering Fellow Law Student
Mercer University School of Law Grad Pleads Guilty to Murdering Fellow...
Small Bright Spots in Weak Employment Outlook for Law Grads
Small Bright Spots in Weak Employment Outlook for Law Grads
British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
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Unemployed JDs

Unemployed JDs Unemployment may be down, but not for law grads. Of the 45,000 students who earn their J.D. each year, 45 per cent can’t get a job in their field, says University of Colorado law professor Paul Campos. Such a harsh…>read more

No Comment March 9, 2012

Summer Associate Hiring Not Increasing

Summer Associate Hiring Not Increasing The National Association for Law Placement has revealed a study on March 7 that shows there isn’t much more hiring for summer clerks this year. The average associate class of 8 last year, the lowest it’s ever been, stayed just…>read more

No Comment March 9, 2012

Florida Coastal Moves Lawsuit to Federal Court

Florida Coastal Moves Lawsuit to Federal Court   A lawsuit against Florida Coastal School of Law has been moved from a Florida state court to a federal court. The lawsuit claims that the school lied about prospects for graduates when it comes to jobs.   The lawsuit…>read more

No Comment March 2, 2012

National Law Journal Releases Annual Top 50 Law School Job Placement List

National Law Journal Releases Annual Top 50 Law School Job Placement List   In 2011, the United States economy began to rebound just a little bit but not enough to convince law firms across the country to hire new associates. A large number of law schools placed a small percent of their…>read more

No Comment February 29, 2012

Indiana and India Law Schools Partner Up for Global Minded J.D.s

Indiana and India Law Schools Partner Up for Global Minded J.D.s Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana, is offering an unprecedented program in line with worldwide trends of globalization: you can now earn a J.D. From the Maurer school and an LL.B from Jindal Global Law School, India.…>read more

No Comment February 29, 2012

University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Claims School Takes More Money than Necessary

University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Claims School Takes More Money than Necessary   Phillip Closius was removed from his position as the dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law back in July. When Closius lost his position as dean he called out the administration of the school, claiming that they…>read more

No Comment February 29, 2012

Star Jones Does Not Agree with Law School Lawsuits

Star Jones Does Not Agree with Law School Lawsuits   William Robinson, the president of the American Bar Association, did an interview recently that has come under major criticism from the legal world. The reason for the criticism relates to what Robinson said in the interview. Robinson suggested that…>read more

2 Comments February 29, 2012

Year of Law School Litigation Targets 20 More

Year of Law School Litigation Targets 20 More What better way to take pride in your Alma Mater than to sue the hand that feeds you? Team Strauss/Anziska’s David Anziska declared in December of 2011 that 2012 will be “the year of law school litigation.” 12 have already…>read more

1 Comment February 23, 2012

Law School Tuition Increases Quicker than Inflation During Previous Decade

Law School Tuition Increases Quicker than Inflation During Previous Decade   There has been an increase of 73 percent in private law school tuition figures from 2000 to 2010. The tuition was $21,790 in 2000 and hit $37,702 in 2010. For public law schools, their tuition increased by 150 percent…>read more

No Comment February 23, 2012

Suicide Possible in Law Professor’s Death

Suicide Possible in Law Professor’s Death   On Monday, authorities said that a professor from Chapman University might have committed suicide. The professor of law fell from a building to her death. Daniel Aikin, the Supervising Deputy Coroner for Orange County, said that early investigations have…>read more

No Comment February 22, 2012