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U.S. Government Finds LSAT Is Discriminatory: DOJ Files Motion

U.S. Government Finds LSAT Is Discriminatory: DOJ Files Motion In a surprise move on Wednesday, lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department filed a motion in federal court in San Francisco in support of a group of prospective lawyers who are accusing those running the LSAT of discriminating against test…>read more

No Comment September 7, 2012

Jeffery Baker to be Sworn Into California Bar 34 Years after Graduating Law School

Jeffery Baker to be Sworn Into California Bar 34 Years after Graduating Law School Jeffery Baker will be sworn into the California State Bar just before 5 p.m. on Thursday evening by Alameda Superior Court Judge Gordon Baranco. Baker is being sworn into the bar 34 years after earning his law degree at the…>read more

No Comment September 6, 2012

Study Shows Law School Marketing Material is Largely Useless

Study Shows Law School Marketing Material is Largely Useless In the last week of August, a little-noticed study has been published by Larry Cunningham at St. John’s University School of Law. The study, named “The Effect of Law School Marketing Materials on U.S. News and World Report Rankings” researches…>read more

No Comment September 6, 2012

Villanova Law School Back to Normal Following Data Issues

Villanova Law School Back to Normal Following Data Issues The dean of Villanova University’s law school, John Y. Gotanda, is a lot more relaxed these days despite the problems that surrounded the school in 2011. It was discovered that prior to 2010, data for incoming freshmen was falsified. The…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2012

Scholarship from Bill Gates Foundation Sends Former Prisoner to Law School

Scholarship from Bill Gates Foundation Sends Former Prisoner to Law School Thanks to a scholarship from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, former criminal Shon Hopwood is attending the University of Washington for law classes. Hopwood robbed five banks and learned law while in jail. He then petitioned the Supreme Court,…>read more

No Comment September 4, 2012

Former Harvard Law School Professor, Roger Fisher, Dies

Former Harvard Law School Professor, Roger Fisher, Dies Roger Fisher, a Harvard Law School professor and author has passed away at the age of 90. Fisher taught law at Harvard for 60 years and is a former associate at Covington & Burling LLP. Fisher was a graduate of…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2012

Two KU Law School Grads Opening Bilingual Law Firm

Two KU Law School Grads Opening Bilingual Law Firm Two Kansas University School of Law graduates have hit upon a novel idea in this tough economy. They are opening a bilingual law firm. Carlos Hernandez and Zach Roberson, who became friends at the KU School of Law, have decided…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2012

Employment Prospects for Graduates of Northeast Law Schools

Employment Prospects for Graduates of Northeast Law Schools Boston Business Journal reported on how 15 Northeast law schools fared in 2011 employment statistics after complying with new rules from the American Bar Association that mandated transparency when reporting law school employment data. All ABA-accredited schools must report employment…>read more

No Comment August 31, 2012

Lawsuit by Former Student Against Stanford Law School Dropped

Lawsuit by Former Student Against Stanford Law School Dropped A lawsuit filed against Stanford Law School that claimed a professor blacklisted a student at law firms in San Francisco Bay Area has been dismissed by a California appeals court. The lawsuit was claiming retaliation and defamation against a law…>read more

No Comment August 30, 2012

Duncan School of Law Still Operating Despite Denial from ABA

Duncan School of Law Still Operating Despite Denial from ABA It has been eight months since Lincoln Memorial University’s law school, the John J. Duncan Jr. School of Law, was denied accreditation by the ABA. Quite a few students transferred out of the school but a new class was admitted…>read more

No Comment August 29, 2012

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Associate Attorney with 3-5 years of land use or litigation experience
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BROWN & ALTMAN LLP, a Melville, New York based law firm with growing commercial real estate / zoning / litigation practice seeks an individual with 3-5 years of land use or litigation experience. ...