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Elon Law’s Shorter Program Length Entices More Students

Elon Law’s Shorter Program Length Entices More Students Summary: The attempt to attract more applicants by Elon Law through changing their program length so that students will graduate faster and spend less on tuition seems to be working. Several law schools have implemented new policies or programs to…>read more

No Comment August 11, 2015

Should Mental Health Questions Remain on Bar Applications?

Should Mental Health Questions Remain on Bar Applications? Summary: A resolution that would remove several questions about mental health on bar applications has been proposed and is set to be discussed next week by the ABA’s House of Delegates. Lisa McElroy is a tenured professor at Drexel University…>read more

1 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

Florida State Lawyers May Be Seeing a Jump in Members

Florida State Lawyers May Be Seeing a Jump in Members Summary: The Florida State Bar is considering allowing reciprocity, despite a large vocal opposition from state lawyers. A proposal was given to allow lawyers to practice in Florida without taking the state bar exam, causing an explosion from the state’s…>read more

No Comment July 28, 2015

10 Tips on How to Deal with Failing the Bar

10 Tips on How to Deal with Failing the Bar Summary: Harrison Barnes provides insight from his experiences and observations of others failing the bar exam from prestigious schools and low-ranking law schools. Read the full article here: 10 Ways To Bounce Back After Failing The Bar And Pass On Your Next…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2015

Last Minute Reading for Bar Exam Takers

Last Minute Reading for Bar Exam Takers If you are taking the Bar Exam in the near future, here are some popular bar exam articles from LawCrossing you might appreciate: Pass the bar in one state, Work in Another. Don’t Panic! Ten Tips for Surviving the Bar…>read more

No Comment July 22, 2015

Washington, D.C. Bar Exam Takers Will Be Allowed to Type on Personal Laptops

Washington, D.C. Bar Exam Takers Will Be Allowed to Type on Personal Laptops Summary: The D.C. Court of Appeals recently announced that bar exam takers will be allowed to type their answers to essay questions on their personal laptops. According to the National Law Journal, those planning to take the bar exam in…>read more

No Comment June 24, 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

Opinion: Why More States Should Not Jump on the Uniform Bar Exam Bandwagon

Opinion: Why More States Should <u>Not</u> Jump on the Uniform Bar Exam Bandwagon by Ben Bratman In May, New York became by far the most populous and prominent state to adopt the Uniform Bar Exam, the standardized licensing test for lawyers created and promoted by the National Conference of Bar Examiners. New York is…>read more

No Comment June 17, 2015

The Uniform Bar Exam Debate

The Uniform Bar Exam Debate Summary: New York has recently announced that it will adopt the uniform bar examination, leading many to wonder whether other states will follow. For close to the past ten years, the primary reason a uniform bar exam had not been…>read more

No Comment May 22, 2015

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