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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Colorado Law Receives $10 Million Donation in a Bequest
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Student Sues Duncan School of Law

Student Sues Duncan School of Law   A student from Lincoln Memorial University is asking for almost $750,000 in damages. The student filed a lawsuit against administrators from the college claiming that they negligently allowed the student to enroll in the law school at the university…>read more

No Comment February 16, 2012

Georgetown Criminal Law Professor Charged with Breaking Criminal Law

Georgetown Criminal Law Professor Charged with Breaking Criminal Law If ignorance of the law is no excuse, does knowledge of the law bring extra blame? Perhaps onlookers will think so, now that Georgetown University law professor Copacino is being charged for reckless driving and leaving the scene of an…>read more

No Comment February 16, 2012

Law Dean Mengler to Become President of St. Mary’s University

Law Dean Mengler to Become President of St. Mary’s University The Law Dean Thomas Mengler, of the University of St. Thomas, will become president of St. Mary’s University, in San Antonio. In a move that has but one other precedent for the Catholic university, they didn’t choose clergy to replace…>read more

No Comment February 15, 2012

Yale Law School Makes its Loan Forgiveness Program a Little Less Forgiving

Yale Law School Makes its Loan Forgiveness Program a Little Less Forgiving Yale Law School is known for its loan forgiveness generosity. Now it will be a little less generous. Faced with rising costs, Yale has amended their Career Options Assistance Program. Previously, alumni who earned less than $60,000 a year could…>read more

No Comment February 10, 2012

Law School Dropouts Sue Their School

Law School Dropouts Sue Their School Few law school drop-outs would admit they deserve their fate; two former students from Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law are doing something about it. Karla Ford and Jonathan Chan are challenging the D’s they received from the…>read more

No Comment February 9, 2012

Idaho College of Law: Diversity Furor

Idaho College of Law: Diversity Furor Idaho College of Law, the only institution in Idaho accredited by AALS and ABA seems to be caught in a war between the Dean, Donald L. Burnett Jr. and a group of students. Both sides seem to be justified for…>read more

No Comment February 8, 2012

Legal Summer Jobs Gaining Steam

Legal Summer Jobs Gaining Steam   Administrators from law schools across the country claim that the summer hiring slump for law students should be complete. They note the added litigation and transaction work for the previous year as well as higher revenue predictions for 2012.…>read more

No Comment February 8, 2012

Harvard Dedicates Bathroom to William Falik

Harvard Dedicates Bathroom to William Falik   Harvard Law School debuted its new Wasserstein Hall this week, which is a massive law building that will help generations of law students at Harvard. Harvard had to perform a ton of fundraising to construct such a building, but…>read more

1 Comment February 3, 2012

Twelve More Law Schools Sued

Twelve More Law Schools Sued   David Anziska and Jesse Strauss, two law school litigators, filed class action lawsuits against Cooley Law and New York Law School last year. These two lawyers have now filed 12 new lawsuits against 12 new schools. In a media…>read more

No Comment February 3, 2012

Lawsuits Filed Against Three Chicago Law Schools

Lawsuits Filed Against Three Chicago Law Schools   On Wednesday, three law schools in Chicago were sued for allegedly deceiving students by inflating employment information for its students after graduation. The allegations were filed in three separate lawsuits by recent graduates of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law,…>read more

No Comment February 2, 2012