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Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains

Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains Summary: For now, the ban on students’ receiving academic credit for paid internships will remain in place. According to the American Bar Association Journal, the ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has, for the second time…>read more

No Comment August 3, 2015

Student Loan Reformation Being Addressed by the ABA

Student Loan Reformation Being Addressed by the ABA Summary: Universities, students, and the ABA understand that student debt is out of control so extra effort is being done to decrease the amount and help students understand loans better. Receiving an education is not cheap. Student loans affect almost…>read more

No Comment July 17, 2015

Directory of Providers for Continuing Legal Education

Directory of Providers for Continuing Legal Education Summary: Check out this online directory of over 355 listings of providers in each state for continuing legal education. See the full list at Continuing Legal Education Providers. Every state has different requirements on what qualifies as continuing legal education…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2015

Should Law Schools Be Closing?

Should Law Schools Be Closing? Summary: In such a weakened legal job market, many feel that law schools should be closing instead of receiving accreditation. July 6 2015 Update from Dean Bilek at the bottom. According to Bloomberg, earlier this month, the American Bar Association…>read more

No Comment July 1, 2015

JDs Increasingly Seek “JD Advantage” Jobs

JDs Increasingly Seek “JD Advantage” Jobs Summary: The ABA has noted the rise of alternative JD careers. Perhaps it was inevitable. With the legal market glutted with JDs and the market collapsed and barely recovered after 2008, of course all these debt-ridden JDs are going to…>read more

No Comment June 23, 2015

Concordia Law Gains Provisional Accreditation

Concordia Law Gains Provisional Accreditation Summary: Concordia Law School gains provisional accreditation from the ABA. When Concordia University School of Law opened in fall of 2012, they had a set plan for ensuring their student body would qualify to take the bar upon graduation. They…>read more

No Comment June 11, 2015

Provisional Accreditation Denied to Indiana Tech Law School

Provisional Accreditation Denied to Indiana Tech Law School Summary: Indiana Tech Law School has been denied accreditation by the American Bar Association. The school will now have the chance to appeal that decision. According to the Indiana Lawyer, the American Bar Association has denied provisional accreditation to Indiana…>read more

No Comment June 10, 2015

Concordia University School of Law Achieves Provisional Accreditation

Concordia University School of Law Achieves Provisional Accreditation Summary: After applying for provisional accreditation in August, the law school has been granted their status just in time for their nine graduates to take the bar exam. Concordia University School of Law in Boise, Idaho finally received its provisional…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2015

North Carolina Law Schools Compared by Employment

North Carolina Law Schools Compared by Employment Summary: North Carolina’s law schools compared in terms of post-grad employment. The legal market is still crawling, with little reprieve, after the 2008 recession, as well as after such annoying innovations as over-the-seas outsourcing and computerized data-base searches, reducing the…>read more

1 Comment March 30, 2015

More Law Schools Could Stop Requiring LSAT for Admission

More Law Schools Could Stop Requiring LSAT for Admission Summary: Two law schools have dropped the LSAT as a requirement for admission after the ABA changed its rules regarding the test.  Earlier this month two law schools announced they would start accepting applicants who have yet to take the Law…>read more

No Comment February 25, 2015

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