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Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Created

Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Created Summary: After years of preparation, the merger creating Rutgers Law School has been approved by the American Bar Association. On Friday, the Council of the American Bar Association Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar approved the merger…>read more

No Comment August 3, 2015

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

Legal Job Market Slowly Improving

Legal Job Market Slowly Improving Summary: Overall, the job market has improved for law school graduates, but better numbers may actually reflect a smaller applicant pool. The class of 2014 has found a bit more success in finding jobs than the class of 2014, according…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2015

State Guidelines on Reciprocity

State Guidelines on Reciprocity Summary: LawCrossing has created a chart that details all of the reciprocity guidelines across the country, as well as details on the various types of testing these attorneys must undergo. LawCrossing has provided information on the various reciprocity rules throughout…>read more

No Comment July 29, 2015

Approximately 90% of Students Drop Out of Unaccredited California Schools

Approximately 90% of Students Drop Out of Unaccredited California Schools Summary: In a recent analysis, the Los Angeles Times reveals just how few of the students that attend California’s unaccredited law schools actually make it in the legal world. According to the Los Angeles Times, nine out of ten students…>read more

No Comment July 27, 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

Concordia Law School Working to Attract Students

Concordia Law School Working to Attract Students Summary: Concordia Law School has received provisional accreditation after months of back-and-forth with the American Bar Association. Graduates will now be able to take the bar exam this summer. According to the Idaho Statesman, the Concordia University School of Law…>read more

No Comment June 24, 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

University of Hawaii Law School to Admit Students without LSAT Scores

University of Hawaii Law School to Admit Students without LSAT Scores Summary: Due to recent changes in American Bar Association rules, the University of Hawaii has announced it will accept a small number of students who have not taken the LSAT. According to KHON2.com, a new pilot program is being launched…>read more

No Comment May 13, 2015

The Top 11 Northeast Law Schools in Employment Rates

The Top 11 Northeast Law Schools in Employment Rates Summary: The most recent American Bar Association data shows a small increase in employment rates for law school graduates. View the top 11 law schools in the Northeast based on this data. Since the recession in 2008, employment rates have…>read more

No Comment May 1, 2015

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