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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

Application Fee Dropped for Fall of 2015 at University of Maine School of Law

Application Fee Dropped for Fall of 2015 at University of Maine School of Law Summary: The application fee at the University of Maine School of Law has been dropped for the fall of 2015 semester.  A $50 application fee will be waived by The University of Maine School of Law in the fall of 2015,…>read more

No Comment January 14, 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

American Bar Association Grants LMU-Duncan School of Law Provisional Accreditation

American Bar Association Grants LMU-Duncan School of Law Provisional Accreditation Summary: The ABA has granted provisional accreditation to LMU-Duncan School of Law. The school may apply for full accreditation as early as December 2016. The students, faculty, and staff of Lincoln Memorial University John J. Duncan, Jr. School of Law…>read more

No Comment December 9, 2014

Concordia University School of Law’s Accreditation Pushed Back

Concordia University School of Law’s Accreditation Pushed Back Summary: The American Bar Association has stated that it will not review Concordia University School of Law’s application for accreditation until June, causing many students to graduate later than anticipated. According to JRN.com, Concordia University School of Law students received…>read more

No Comment December 1, 2014

Law Schools Struggling With Debt Remain Open Thanks to Creditors

Law Schools Struggling With Debt Remain Open Thanks to Creditors Summary: Struggling law schools, like the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, remain open because of their creditors. With the recent debt issues arising at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, other law schools can learn a lesson, according to…>read more

No Comment November 5, 2014

Joint Study Finds Racial and Gender Inequality Still Present in Legal Industry

Joint Study Finds Racial and Gender Inequality Still Present in Legal Industry Summary: A joint study between the National Association for Law Placement and the American Bar Association has found that racial and gender inequality is still present in the legal industry. A joint survey from the National Association of Law Placement and…>read more

1 Comment October 27, 2014

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

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