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Charleston School of Law to Continue Accepting New Students
Charleston School of Law to Continue Accepting New Students
The Uniform Bar Exam Debate
The Uniform Bar Exam Debate
Law School Graduation Ceremonies Want Preet Bharara
Law School Graduation Ceremonies Want Preet Bharara
Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped
Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped
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Law Schools Starting Firms to Help Graduates Get Jobs

Law Schools Starting Firms to Help Graduates Get Jobs This summer, Arizona State University will create a nonprofit law firm for its graduates, according to the New York Times. The dean of the university’s law school, Douglas J. Sylvester, said, “I realized that was what we needed (referring to…>read more

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MBE Set to Change from February 2015

MBE Set to Change from February 2015 The Kaplan Bar Review has reported after corresponding with the National Conference of Law Examiners (NCBE) that Multistate Bar Exam, (MBE) is set to undergo wide changes from February 2015. While the National Conference of Bar Examiners sent a letter…>read more

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University of Nebraska College of Law Sued by Former Student

University of Nebraska College of Law Sued by Former Student The University of Nebraska’s law school has been sued by a man from Omaha who was kicked out of the school months prior to graduation. The man, Layth Mohammad Al-Turk, claims that he was discriminated against due to his Arabic…>read more

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Georgetown University Sued by Donor Scott K. Ginsburg

Georgetown University Sued by Donor Scott K. Ginsburg In March of 2000, Scott K. Ginsburg donated $5 million to the Georgetown University Law Center, according to The Dallas Morning News. The money was donated to the school so it could build a new fitness center named the Scott…>read more

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SLU Law Names New Dean

SLU Law Names New Dean The Saint Louis University School of Law has announced that the Honorable Michael Wolff has been chosen as the school’s new dean after a national search, according to a press release. Wolff assumes the position effective immediately. He is a…>read more

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Interim Dean of St. Louis University Law School Resigns

Interim Dean of St. Louis University Law School Resigns Tom Keefe, the St. Louis University’s interim law school dean, has announced that he is stepping down from the post due to “politically incorrect” statements he made to the faculty. He also said that he was not a good fit…>read more

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New Law School Could Join Consolidated School in Rio Grande Valley

New Law School Could Join Consolidated School in Rio Grande Valley Two bills were recently filed in the House of Representatives in Texas that would allow university systems to establish a law school in Cameron or Hidalgo counties, according to The Daily Texan. The UT System vice chancellor for governmental relations,…>read more

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Law Firms Experiencing Buyers’ Market

Law Firms Experiencing Buyers’ Market A student at the University of Buffalo Law School, Brian T. Sadonis, was approaching graduation without a job offer, according to The Buffalo News. He took some time off from the rigors of job searching prior to diving back into…>read more

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Law Schools at Rutgers-Newark and Rutgers-Camden Could Merge

Law Schools at Rutgers-Newark and Rutgers-Camden Could Merge In today’s law school news, it was announced this week by Rutgers President Robert Barchi that a plan has been proposed to merge the Rutgers-Newark School of Law and the Rutgers-Camden School of Law into a single entity as of…>read more

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Website Issue for LSAC Forces Some Law Schools to Push Back Application Deadline

Website Issue for LSAC Forces Some Law Schools to Push Back Application Deadline A glitch with the Law School Admission Council’s online system has caused prospective law students and admissions offices to scramble this past week leading up to the March 1 deadline, according to The National Law Journal. The issue was found…>read more

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