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Summary: North Carolina’s law schools compared in terms of post-grad employment. The legal market is still crawling, with little reprieve, after the 2008 recession, as well as after such annoying innovations as over-the-seas outsourcing and computerized data-base searches, reducing the…>read more1 Comment March 30, 2015
Summary: The American Bar Association implemented a new policy that required more detailed employment data from law schools. Now, many law schools are reporting data that is not required by the ABA to demonstrate transparency in their employment rankings. According…>read moreNo Comment October 3, 2014
Click here to read the full article on LawCrossing for an in-depth explanation of all 10 reasons why older attorneys have a harder time finding work in law firms. Finding work is hard for older attorneys and requires a unique…>read moreNo Comment July 29, 2014
By Harrison Barnes In law firm practices today, while you may not be sure of income or jobs, there’s one thing you can count on to be constant – and that’s stress. So, understanding the nature of stress in a…>read moreNo Comment April 25, 2014
Trying to improve your career, or make a switch to a new job, is not easy to accomplish in today’s world. One way to make it easier is to browse the career advice section on Legal Authority. The section can…>read moreNo Comment January 8, 2014
Up till now, law schools were required by the ABA to report employment for their grads at 9 months post-graduation. The solid 9-months is enough to gestate the freshly acquired degree and give birth to a job. Nevertheless, schools in…>read moreNo Comment August 12, 2013
We weren’t hoping for anything drastic, and we weren’t disappointed: of the 4,900 Professional and technical services jobs, 4,900 were added, according the latest from the Labor Department. That’s not huge despite the sway the economy has been taking, with…>read moreNo Comment October 5, 2012
Harvard Falsely Puts “Plagiarism” on Graduate’s Permanent Record — She Loses Six Figure Prospects, and Other Jobs
Megon Walker, who graduated Harvard Law in 2009, is now suing her Alma Mater for defamation. Specifically, they falsely accused her of plagiarism, giving her an unfair trial, and subsequently marring her permanent record so that a job that offered…>read moreNo Comment May 14, 2012
From: The Best Colleges In response to continual reports, from the New York Times to the Wall Street Journal, the website The Best Colleges has created an informative chart meant to educate potential law students before somebody else does. It…>read moreNo Comment May 10, 2012
In the month of April, unemployment fell to 8.1 percent, which is the lowest it has been since January of 2009. The decline in the rate is mostly due to 342,000 people who left the workforce. This means that the…>read moreNo Comment May 4, 2012
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