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Summary: The University of Massachusetts School of Law, faced with a $3.8m deficit, has decided to cut its incoming class down by a third. The narrative of law school struggles continues, with the University of Massachusetts School of Law struggling…>read moreNo Comment May 11, 2015
Summary: The Charleston School of Law may be the first law school closing. All the harbingers of doom and omens of destruction are in the air; the divine discontent is written in the augers: law schools are in a bad…>read moreNo Comment May 7, 2015
Summary: Although the legal market has much progress to make, signs of improvement are beginning to emerge. By now, most individuals in the legal community know that law school enrollment has dropped to the lowest rate in the past several…>read more1 Comment April 1, 2015
Summary: The top ten law schools in terms of number of applications for enrollment. Certainly the U.S. News Law School Rankings metrics hold enough sway to make law school deans quake, but the plethora of data they’ve collected regarding law…>read moreNo Comment March 25, 2015
Summary: Recent research has shown that fewer students are enrolling in legal programs, and more are joining engineering programs. Where are all the would-be lawyers going? Yes, enrollment has been down these last few years, reaching a nadir unseen since…>read moreNo Comment March 12, 2015
Summary: With the difficult legal market, some law schools are offering business training to give extra value. With the law of compensation, supply and demand, working between a legal market unable to take on too many fresh grads and law…>read moreNo Comment February 13, 2015
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 moreNo Comment January 16, 2015
Summary: William Mitchell offers the first “hybrid” course law degree. Are online courses the wave of the future, this abstracted half-unreal experience we call the internet? St. Paul’s William Mitchell believes it is so, and they’ve convinced the American Bar…>read moreNo Comment January 13, 2015
Summary: LSU Law Center has offered retirement incentives to seven professors, which could ultimately save the school over $1 million. According to The Advocate, LSU Law Center is offering incentives to seven law professors if they decide to retire next…>read moreNo Comment December 23, 2014
Summary: A new financial agreement will allow Thomas Jefferson School of Law to significantly reduce its debt and expenses. Earlier this year, Thomas Jefferson School of Law missed a payment to creditors that had financed construction at the school. According…>read moreNo Comment December 15, 2014
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