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Concordia Law School’s Third Year Students to Sit Out Fall Semester While the School Awaits ABA Accreditation

Concordia Law School’s Third Year Students to Sit Out Fall Semester While the School Awaits ABA Accreditation Summary: Third year law students at Concordia Law School will not attend classes this semester while the school’s credentials are reviewed by the American Bar Association to determine the school’s eligibility for provisional accreditation. As the third class at Concordia…>read more

No Comment August 22, 2014

Battle for Ownership of Charleston School of Law Rages On as School Year Begins

Battle for Ownership of Charleston School of Law Rages On as School Year Begins Summary: Classes began for the 2014-2015 academic year at the Charleston School of Law on Monday despite the school’s undecided ownership.  Enrollment for first-year students at the Charleston School of Law dropped by just seven students for the school year that…>read more

No Comment August 19, 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

Sharp Drop in Law School Applicants Leads to Evolving Accreditation Standards

Sharp Drop in Law School Applicants Leads to Evolving Accreditation Standards     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

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

“Hackcess to Justice” Competition to be Held August 7-8 in Boston

“Hackcess to Justice” Competition to be Held August 7-8 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

LSU Law Center Prepared to Rejoin Louisiana State University

LSU Law Center Prepared to Rejoin Louisiana State University 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

UC Irvine School of Law Granted Full Accreditation from American Bar Association

UC Irvine School of Law Granted Full Accreditation from American Bar Association The American Bar Association has granted UC Irvine’s law school full accreditation, according to the LA Times and a press release from the law school. When the UC Irvine School of Law opened in 2009 it was the first public…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2014

Employment Numbers for Sacramento-Area Law Grads Dismal

Employment Numbers for Sacramento-Area Law Grads Dismal Despite an improving economy, law graduates in the Sacramento area are not seeing much success. The same thing can be said for much of California, according to the Sacramento Bee. Of the law students who graduated from law school in…>read more

No Comment May 28, 2014

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