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Number of UK Law Students Increases, Although Job Market Remains Bleak
Number of UK Law Students Increases, Although Job Market Remains Bleak
Emory Creates John Lewis Chair in Civil Rights, Social Justice
Emory Creates John Lewis Chair in Civil Rights, Social Justice
First Year Associates Are Seeing a Small Increase in Starting Salaries
First Year Associates Are Seeing a Small Increase in Starting Salaries
Why David Goldberg Opted Out of Law School
Why David Goldberg Opted Out of Law School
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Lawsuit Filed as a Result of New California Bar Pass Rate Minimum

Lawsuit Filed as a Result of New California Bar Pass Rate Minimum A federal lawsuit has been filed in response to a rule that requires state-accredited law schools in California to keep their bar passage rates at 40 percent or higher, according to The National Law Journal. The lawsuit, filed by The…>read more

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University of Akron Law School Planning Tuition Increase

University of Akron Law School Planning Tuition Increase It was announced this week that the University of Akron expects to increase its tuition by six percent and then freeze it for incoming law school students in the fall, according to The Akron Beacon Journal Online. Trustees will be…>read more

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Law School Admission Council Study Finds Future Law School Students Wealthier

Law School Admission Council Study Finds Future Law School Students Wealthier The Law School Admission Council released research data that shows aspiring lawyers enjoy their family wealth more, are more self-confident, and a more likely to have a parent who is a lawyer, according to The National Law Journal. The name…>read more

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Stetson’s Black Law Students Association honored for community activism as Chapter of the Year for the Southern Region

Stetson’s Black Law Students Association honored for community activism as Chapter of the Year for the Southern Region Stetson University College of Law’s Black Law Students Association was recently named Chapter of the Year for the Southern Region for outstanding community activism. The Stetson student group was selected from a pool of 43 law school chapters in Alabama,…>read more

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George Washington Law School to Add LGBT Question to Application

George Washington Law School to Add LGBT Question to Application The George Washington Law School will be adding the LGBT status to its application beginning in 2014. The school will become just the fifth out of the top 20 law schools in the country to have this status on applications.…>read more

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Law Schools Opening Across Country Despite Logjam of Lawyers

Law Schools Opening Across Country Despite Logjam of Lawyers Despite law school application numbers hitting the lowest numbers in the past decade, universities across the country continue to open new law schools, according to The Wall Street Journal. In Fort Wayne, Indiana Tech will open a law school in…>read more

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Stetson wins New York City Bar’s National Moot Court Competition

Stetson wins New York City Bar’s National Moot Court Competition Stetson University College of Law students Andrew Harris, Julia McGrath and Victoria San Pedro won the New York City Bar’s 63rd Annual National Moot Court Competition on Jan. 31. McGrath was also honored with the runner-up best individual speaker award.…>read more

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Former Law Student Sentenced to Four Years for Meth Ring

Former Law Student Sentenced to Four Years for Meth Ring A law school student in Washington was leading a double life while studying and helping inmates at a jail in D.C., according to The Washington Post. Marc Gersen’s double life involved running a methamphetamine ring using social networking. Gersen, 31,…>read more

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Christopher Dumler Case Now Has Second Alleged Victim

Christopher Dumler Case Now Has Second Alleged Victim The Albemarle County Supervisor, Christopher Dumler, is scheduled to appear in court on forcible sodomy charges in the coming days. Now, new court documents reveal that a second woman has come forward accusing Dumler, according to NewsPlex.com. Dumler has been…>read more

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Five Professors Receive Endowments at Washburn University School of Law

Five Professors Receive Endowments at Washburn University School of Law Five endowed positions have been awarded to professors by the Washburn University School of Law. The positions bring extra funding that the professors can use for professional development and research, according to The Topeka Capital-Journal. The five recipients include William…>read more

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