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Rutgers Reveals Drop in Enrollment, Typical of Law School Environment

Rutgers Reveals Drop in Enrollment, Typical of Law School Environment Though official reporting for the 2012-2013 school year is not complete, several schools are reporting a decline in enrollment. An informal survey conducted by the Philadelphia Business Journal revealed that Rutgers School of Law-Camden is facing an enormous drop in…>read more

4 Comments View Count: 552 June 7, 2013

Bar Results Release Schedule Hurting Law School Employment Rates

Bar Results Release Schedule Hurting Law School Employment Rates Employment rates for students that recently graduated from law school certainly aren’t good at the moment, but the American Bar Association is currently reviewing a change that may boost these rates for law schools in certain states, according to The…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 252 June 6, 2013

Phoenix School of Law Sued By Former Professors

Phoenix School of Law Sued By Former Professors Two tenured professors were let go from Phoenix Law School for opposing what they describe as the administration’s underhanded tactics to prevent first year students from transferring to other schools. Michael O’Connor and Celia Rumann both allege that they were…>read more

No Comment View Count: 298 June 5, 2013

Research Shows Which States are The Most Saturated with Law School Graduates

Research Shows Which States are The Most Saturated with Law School Graduates The glut of law school graduates is nothing new, and is a very real threat facing the legal industry, but new data provided by attorney and blogger Matt Leichter shows exactly which states are suffering from the greatest oversaturation of…>read more

No Comment View Count: 341 June 4, 2013

Incoming Law School Classes Continue to Decrease in Size

Incoming Law School Classes Continue to Decrease in Size Most lawyers know that the current economic crisis has hit the legal industry particularly hard, and now it appears that those considering law school are getting wise to that fact as well. The number of Americans that have applied to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 144 June 3, 2013

U.S. News and World Report Releases Law School Efficiency Rankings

U.S. News and World Report Releases Law School Efficiency Rankings U.S. News and World Report’s top 100 law schools is perhaps the definitive ranking of law schools around the country, and a school’s place on that list can have a tremendous impact on both its operations and its general perception…>read more

No Comment View Count: 436 May 31, 2013

Cortlan Wickliff Graduates Harvard Law at 22

Cortlan Wickliff Graduates Harvard Law at 22 While most 22 year-olds are struggling to find work after completing college, Cortlan Wickliff will be taking the bar exam. Wickliff graduated from Harvard Law School earlier this year, and is one of the youngest black students to graduate from…>read more

No Comment View Count: 204 May 30, 2013

Miller Named Dean at Rogers College of Law

Miller Named Dean at Rogers College of Law An extensive national search for a new dean for University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law ultimately revealed that the best man for the position was under the faculty’s collective nose the entire time. Marc L. Miller, who…>read more

No Comment View Count: 184 May 29, 2013

Law Students Help Speed Up Backlogged Veterans Benefits Claims

Law Students Help Speed Up Backlogged Veterans Benefits Claims Thousands of veterans whose benefits claims have become backlogged may have a new solution: a new partnership between the William & Mary Law School and the Veteran’s Administration is using law students to handle veteran benefits claims more quickly. The…>read more

No Comment View Count: 131 May 28, 2013

Two of the Berkeley Law Bird Beheaders Sentenced

Two of the Berkeley Law Bird Beheaders Sentenced As a follow-up to our previous coverage of this story, two of the three Berkeley Law school graduates that were involved with the beheading of an exotic bird in Las Vegas have been sentenced, while a third will face more…>read more

No Comment View Count: 114 May 24, 2013