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LSU Law Student Indicted for Raping Two Women
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San Diego Man With Autism Graduates from Law School
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low
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Dean of Wayne State University Law School Stepping Down

Dean of Wayne State University Law School Stepping Down According to the Herald Online, the dean of the Wayne State University Law School will not be seeking reappointment for another five-year term. Robert Ackerman will begin teaching full-time at the law school beginning in the fall 2013 semester. Ackerman…>read more

No Comment November 2, 2012

Law Schools Moving to Downtown Locations

Law Schools Moving to Downtown Locations It is becoming more and more popular these days for law firms to leave their university campuses and move into buildings in their city’s downtown districts in order to be closer to state and federal courthouses, major companies, law firms…>read more

No Comment November 1, 2012

Lincoln Memorial Drops Their Suit Against the ABA

Lincoln Memorial Drops Their Suit Against the ABA Lincoln Memorial University’s Duncan School of Law has decided to drop their federal law suit against the American Bar Association and play it by the rules. The frustrated school, which has struggled to gain accreditation, is suffering so bad due…>read more

No Comment October 31, 2012

Baylor Law School Appoints Judge Leonard Davis as 2012’s Lawyer of the Year

Baylor Law School Appoints Judge Leonard Davis as 2012’s Lawyer of the Year Baylor Law School has nominated and then named their Lawyer of the Year: Leonard E. Davis, chief judge of the Unites District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. “He is universally respected by both the bench and bar,” wrote…>read more

No Comment October 30, 2012

NY’s Abrams Fensterman Brings Aboard Zoning Master Christian Hylton

NY’s Abrams Fensterman Brings Aboard Zoning Master Christian Hylton Nearly half of New York City has been rezoned this last decade leaving clients bewildered and much in need of a man like Christian Hylton, who has been hired by Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara, & Einiger LLP. He…>read more

No Comment October 29, 2012

St. Thomas Appoints New Dean With Moral Focus

St. Thomas Appoints New Dean With Moral Focus The University of St. Thomas School of Law is letting its current Dean, Thomas Mengler, move on to become deanship at St. Mary’s University School of Law, and is bringing in Robert Vischer as its new Dean, as of January…>read more

No Comment October 29, 2012

Allegations of False Data Reporting Responded to by TJSL

Allegations of False Data Reporting Responded to by TJSL As a follow-up to our recent story about the former employee of Thomas Jefferson School of Law making allegations of false data reporting, we wanted to share the school’s response. We recently received an email from Thomas Jefferson School of Law…>read more

No Comment October 29, 2012

Law Student Rescues Woman from Oncoming Train

Law Student Rescues Woman from Oncoming Train Tragedy almost struck at Journal Square station in Hudson County when the PATH train approached during rush hour last Thursday. A woman, in her 70s, fell onto the tracks after she stumbled on the platform. A bystander, James Baber, saw…>read more

No Comment October 26, 2012

Two Law School Deans Step Down from Posts

Two Law School Deans Step Down from Posts According to Knox News, the Lincoln Memorial University’s law dean has resigned from his post and will return to the classroom because of uncertainty with the accreditation of the school. University president James Dawson said that the school will begin…>read more

No Comment October 25, 2012

Former Thomas Jefferson School of Law Employee Alleges False Data Reporting

Former Thomas Jefferson School of Law Employee Alleges False Data Reporting   A former career-services employee from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Karen Grant, said that the school lied about the number of graduates who were employed after leaving school. The law school, based in San Diego, was sued for…>read more

No Comment October 24, 2012

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