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Earlier this year, Albany Law School targeted eight teaching positions that would be eligible for buyouts in an effort to cut expenses. Now, an unknown number of professors are willing to leave the school for buyouts, according to The Times…>read moreNo Comment May 14, 2014
The Association of American Law Schools held its annual meeting last week in New York, discussing declining law school enrollment and law school graduates’ struggles to find jobs, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Enrollment for first-year…>read moreNo Comment January 6, 2014
Daniel Rodriguez, who is the dean of the Northwestern School of Law, has been named to a one-year term as the president of the Association of American Law Schools, according to a release from the school earlier this month. The…>read moreNo Comment December 30, 2013
Though U.S. News and World Report’s top ranking law schools may be perceived to be among the country’s best, there is one important factor in which they are all lacking: staff diversity. Lawyers of Color magazine released their own rankings…>read moreNo Comment May 16, 2013
Southwestern Law School named Susan Westerberg Prager as the new dean of their school yesterday. Prager has a long history as a legal educator, and from 1982 to 1998, served as the dean of UCLA Law School where she was…>read moreNo Comment May 3, 2013
The Association of American Law Schools has announced that it has placed Villanova University’s law school on probation for two years for its role in grade-inflation two years ago. The organization, which is the main professional organization for law schools…>read moreNo Comment December 10, 2012