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ABA Journal’s “Hackcess to Justice” Debuts in August in Boston

ABA Journal’s “Hackcess to Justice” Debuts in August in Boston “Hackcess to Justice” is a two-day competition created by the American Bar Association Journal that will occur on August 7 and August 8 at Suffolk Law School, according to BostInno. Students, entrepreneurs and coders will work collectively toward building solutions…>read more

No Comment July 24, 2014

ABA Could Change Requirements on LSAT

ABA Could Change Requirements on LSAT If a new proposal from the American Bar Association is passed, the LSAT could be waived for 10 percent of law school students beginning in August, according to The Central Florida Future. The proposal comes from the governing council of…>read more

No Comment July 21, 2014

LSU Law Center and LSU Planning Realignment

LSU Law Center and LSU Planning Realignment Leaders at LSU say that the plan to reunite the law school and the main campus is on track to be finished by January 1, according to The Advocate. The plan was approved at the March meeting by the LSU…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

William Mitchell College of Law Has Half-Online Law Program Approved

William Mitchell College of Law Has Half-Online Law Program Approved The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota offers a hybrid program that allows law students to study online and at school, according to U.S. News. The program was the first of its kind approved by the American…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2014

Duncan School of Law Toured by ABA

Duncan School of Law Toured by ABA Lincoln Memorial University’s Duncan School of Law moved a step closer to receiving accreditation from the American Bar Association, according to WBIR. “The process continues to move forward. This week we had a visit from an ABA site team here…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2014

Law School Graduates Faced with Changes in Legal Industry

Law School Graduates Faced with Changes in Legal Industry Recent statistics from the ABA show that 57 percent of 2013 law school graduates were employed in a job that requires bar admission within nine months of graduation, according to Inside Counsel. In that same timeline, 10 percent of graduates…>read more

No Comment June 11, 2014

UC Irvine School of Law Gets Full Accreditation from ABA

UC Irvine School of Law Gets Full Accreditation from ABA The University of California, Irvine School of Law announced on Friday that the American Bar Association has granted full accreditation to the school with immediate effect. Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, observed happily in the press release, “I am very proud that…>read more

No Comment June 7, 2014

The Bubble for Lawyers in the Country Has Popped

The Bubble for Lawyers in the Country Has Popped It’s not just law schools that are facing a downturn with reduced applicants, but the legal industry is facing the fact that there are less lawyers needed, according to Quartz. Students considering law school have to consider a change to…>read more

No Comment May 8, 2014

ABA Files Amicus in Coudert Brothers Case

ABA Files Amicus in Coudert Brothers Case In a rare move, the American Bar Association has filed an amicus brief with the New York Court of Appeals in an appeal stemming from the Coudert Brothers LLP’s bankruptcy. The ABA has taken the stand in support of the…>read more

No Comment May 6, 2014

Large Gap in Employment Between Top 50 Law Schools and Rest of Rankings

Large Gap in Employment Between Top 50 Law Schools and Rest of Rankings The job market has been unforgiving for people in all industries and the same can be said for those in the legal industry. Graduates of top-ranked law schools are having an easier time securing full-time employment compared to graduates from…>read more

No Comment May 5, 2014

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Capital Markets Counsel 3 Attorney
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Wells Fargo & Company, a diversified financial services company, is seeking an experienced capital markets Attorney to join its Law Department in its Charlotte, NC office. The individual selected...