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University of San Francisco School of Law Turns 100

University of San Francisco School of Law Turns 100 The University of San Francisco School of Law is celebrating its 100th birthday all year this year and the celebration will begin with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. delivering a keynote address during the school’s convocation this Wednesday, September 19. The…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

Dickinson School of Law Proposes Closure of 1L Classes at Carlisle

Dickinson School of Law Proposes Closure of 1L Classes at Carlisle A huge drop in the numbers of first year applicants has made the Dickinson School of Law rethink their dual-campus strategy at Penn State and Carlisle and according to the Dean, in order to make the Carlisle campus stronger, first…>read more

No Comment September 17, 2012

Ford Foundation to Heavily Fund Do-Gooding from Top Law Schools

Ford Foundation to Heavily Fund Do-Gooding from Top Law Schools The Ford Foundation has decided to give a leg up of help to those law students most in need of it: they are committing to fund 10-week fellowships for 100 law students from Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, New…>read more

No Comment September 14, 2012

Lawsuit Filed Against DePaul is Thrown Out of Court

Lawsuit Filed Against DePaul is Thrown Out of Court On Wednesday, a case was thrown out of court by an Illinois judge that involved nine DePaul University College of Law graduates. The lawsuit was filed against the school because of a weak job market for the law industry. The…>read more

No Comment September 13, 2012

Kaplan Survey Reveals Advice from Law School Grads

Kaplan Survey Reveals Advice from Law School Grads A press release from Kaplan says that 32 percent of respondents in a survey said that law school rankings are the most important factor when it comes to evaluating potential law schools to attend. They responded to the question of…>read more

No Comment September 13, 2012

Penn States Signs Agreement with Dubai Judicial Institute

Penn States Signs Agreement with Dubai Judicial Institute Announced this week, Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law will begin a collaboration with the Dubai Judicial Institute. The Dubai Judicial Institute is a law school located in the United Arab Emirates. The agreement between the two schools will…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2012

Former Tennis Player Attends Columbia Law School

Former Tennis Player Attends Columbia Law School One of the students admitted to Columbia Law School’s master’s program is that of Mario Ancic, a lawyer from Croatia who has a win over Roger Federer in tennis. “I’m trying to be prepared for every class,” Ancic said in…>read more

No Comment September 11, 2012

Teaching Credentials of Elizabeth Warren Questioned in 1990

Teaching Credentials of Elizabeth Warren Questioned in 1990 Robert Clark, the former Harvard Law School dean, said during an interview in 1994 that the school was working to use an affirmative action policy to hire more female faculty members. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate, was offer…>read more

2 Comments September 10, 2012

‘Old’ Means ‘Sold’ at the University of Texas Law School Library

‘Old’ Means ‘Sold’ at the University of Texas Law School Library At least 700 pieces of art and other collectibles that were given on long-term loan to the University of Texas Law School of Law Library are scheduled to be auctioned off in Dallas this Thursday. Apparently, after extensive renovation including…>read more

No Comment September 10, 2012

Graduate of Ohio State Foregoes Law School to Drive Oscar Mayer Wienermobile

Graduate of Ohio State Foregoes Law School to Drive Oscar Mayer Wienermobile According to Ohio State’s newspaper, The Lantern, graduate Theresa Brenner decided to work as an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile driver instead of preparing to attend law school. She even missed graduation in June so she could train as one of 12…>read more

No Comment September 7, 2012

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