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Two Law Schools No Longer Require LSAT for Admission

Two Law Schools No Longer Require 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

Lowering LSAT Score Requirements May Have Serious Consequences

Lowering LSAT Score Requirements May Have Serious Consequences Summary: Enrollment at law schools has dropped across the country. Many have reduced admission requirements to pad enrollment, but doing so may have serious consequences, even putting a school’s accreditation at risk. According to Inside Higher Ed, law schools are…>read more

No Comment January 16, 2015

Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low

Law School Enrollment at 27-Year Low Summary: According to the American Bar Association, law school enrollment is at a record low—the lowest in nearly three decades. Law school enrollment has been steadily declining, and that trend continued this fall. According to the American Bar Association, enrollment…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2014

Quinnipiac Law School Hopes New Law Building Helps Enrollment Numbers

Quinnipiac Law School Hopes New Law Building Helps Enrollment Numbers Summary: The brand new building at the Quinnipiac University School of Law has opened and officials hope it will increase the enrollment numbers at the school.  A new, $50 million building that houses the Quinnipiac University School of Law opened recently…>read more

No Comment September 30, 2014

ABA Endorses Most of Law School Reform Package

ABA Endorses Most of Law School Reform Package On Monday, the governing body of the American Bar Association endorsed the package of law school reforms that will increase the clinical and distance-learning opportunities of the students, according to The National Law Journal. The new standards would require students…>read more

No Comment August 12, 2014

Accreditation Standards Evolving to Reflect Decrease in Law School Application Numbers

Accreditation Standards Evolving to Reflect Decrease in Law School Application Numbers     Law schools nationwide are faced with a drastic reduction in applications from prospective students. The number of students who find jobs, after incurring massive debt in law school student loans, has plummeted. Employment rates among law graduates hit…>read more

No Comment August 11, 2014

Two Law Firms, 3 Lawyers Receive ABA Pro Bono Publico Awards

Two Law Firms, 3 Lawyers Receive ABA Pro Bono Publico Awards The American Bar Association honored two law firms, Dechert, and Norton Rose Fulbright, and three lawyers, for outstanding pro bono work. The award ceremony was held at the Hynes Convention Center during the ABA’s Annual Meeting in Boston. The ceremony…>read more

No Comment August 11, 2014

ABA Holds First Public Hearing on Rising Law School Tuitions

ABA Holds First Public Hearing on Rising Law School Tuitions In its Annual Meeting in Boston, the ABA’s new Task Force on the Financing of Legal Education held its first public hearing to determine the causes of debilitating law student debts and rising law school tuition rates. The task force…>read more

No Comment August 11, 2014

Tulane Law School Receiving Award from ABA at Annual Meeting

Tulane Law School Receiving Award from ABA at Annual Meeting Tulane University Law School received the 2014 Law Student Environment, Energy and Resources Program of the Year award from the American Bar Association, according to The Times-Picayune. The award is handed out annually to a student-organized educational program or public…>read more

No Comment August 5, 2014

Vote Scheduled for August 11 Regarding Changes to Law Schools by ABA

Vote Scheduled for August 11 Regarding Changes to Law Schools by ABA The American Bar Association House of Delegates needs to approve legal education reforms in a vote that will take place on August 11, according to The National Law Journal. “If there was a theme to what the comprehensive review accomplished,…>read more

1 Comment August 4, 2014

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