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Charleston Law Loses Another President

Charleston Law Loses Another President Summary: In just nine months, Charleston School of Law has seen two presidents resign. According to the National Law Journal, the trouble continues for the Charleston School of Law. The interim president of the school, Joseph Harbaugh, has stepped down…>read more

No Comment September 2, 2015

Jessica Berg, Michael Scharf Appointed as Deans of Case Western Reserve University

Jessica Berg, Michael Scharf Appointed as Deans of Case Western Reserve University Summary: Two interim deans will now lead Case Western University as its full-time deans, after their leadership led to significant improvements within the school. According to Crain’s Cleveland Business, two new deans have been appointed to lead Case Western University.…>read more

No Comment August 24, 2015

Law School Admission Council Must Revise Accommodation Policies

Law School Admission Council Must Revise Accommodation Policies Summary: The Law School Admission Council will have to put new disability accommodation rules into place before the December administration of the test. According to the National Law Journal, the Law School Admission Council, which administers the Law School Admission…>read more

1 Comment August 21, 2015

Law School Creates ‘Freddie Gray’ Course

Law School Creates ‘Freddie Gray’ Course Summary: The University of Maryland’s law school has created an eight-week course that was inspired by Freddie Gray. According to the Wall Street Journal, a Baltimore law school has created a course named after Freddie Gray, a local man who…>read more

No Comment August 12, 2015

Judge Stops Layoff of Tenured Professor at Charleston Law

Judge Stops Layoff of Tenured Professor at Charleston Law Summary: A judge has ruled that a tenured Charleston Law professor may keep her job at the school. The professor previously filed a lawsuit against the school. Judge R. Markley Dennis, a Charleston-area judge, has stopped the Charleston School of…>read more

No Comment August 5, 2015

JD Hiring Improves

JD Hiring Improves Summary: Fresh figures suggest improvement in JD hiring. Constrictions dilate, depressions express themselves. With the difficulty we’ve seen amidst JD’s getting jobs in the legal field, we are finally seeing some reprieve. According to data from the National Association of…>read more

No Comment August 4, 2015

Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Created

Merger Approved by American Bar Association, Rutgers Law School Created Summary: After years of preparation, the merger creating Rutgers Law School has been approved by the American Bar Association. On Friday, the Council of the American Bar Association Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar approved the merger…>read more

No Comment August 3, 2015

Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains

Ban on Academic Credit for Paid Externships Remains Summary: For now, the ban on students’ receiving academic credit for paid internships will remain in place. According to the American Bar Association Journal, the ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has, for the second time…>read more

No Comment August 3, 2015

Law Schools Resist New ABA Guidelines on Job Definitions

Law Schools Resist New ABA Guidelines on Job Definitions Summary: The ABA has proposed stricter guidelines on what constitutes a “job” for law school employment statistics. Fearful that these guidelines will hurt their numbers, many law schools are fighting back. According to the Wall Street Journal, many law schools…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2015

Approximately 90% of Students Drop Out of Unaccredited California Schools

Approximately 90% of Students Drop Out of Unaccredited California Schools Summary: In a recent analysis, the Los Angeles Times reveals just how few of the students that attend California’s unaccredited law schools actually make it in the legal world. According to the Los Angeles Times, nine out of ten students…>read more

No Comment July 27, 2015

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