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Law Schools Not Immune to Snow Days

Law Schools Not Immune to Snow Days   Due to the snow and ice storm that hit the Southeast region of the country this week, law schools in Atlanta; Austin; Chapel Hill, N.C.; and New Orleans had to close their doors, according to The National Law Journal.…>read more

No Comment January 31, 2014

Missourians Available for In-State Tuition at KU Law School

Missourians Available for In-State Tuition at KU Law School   Missourians from the Kansas City area will be permitted to attend the University of Kansas School of Law on an in-state tuition, according to the Kansas City Business Journal.   A new scholarship, named KU Vantage Scholarship, is going…>read more

No Comment January 30, 2014

Law Students Not Happy with Job Search Services at Their Law Schools

Law Students Not Happy with Job Search Services at Their Law Schools   The Indiana University Center for Post-Secondary Research released its latest Law School Survey of Student Engagement, according to the Wall Street Journal.   This is the tenth year for the survey, which polled more than 26,000 students across 86…>read more

No Comment January 29, 2014

University at Buffalo Receives Membership in Order of the Coif

University at Buffalo Receives Membership in Order of the Coif   The University at Buffalo Law School has been chosen as the newest member of the prestigious legal honor society known as The Order of the Coif, according to a press release from the school’s News Center. The history of…>read more

No Comment January 27, 2014

Nassau Community to be Served by Hofstra School of Law Incubator

Nassau Community to be Served by Hofstra School of Law Incubator   An announcement was made by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University that the Hofstra Law Access to Justice Incubator will launch on February 4, 2014. It will launch at the Hofstra University Club, according to…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2014

Bowen School of Law Wants Private Meetings on Affirmative Action Plan

Bowen School of Law Wants Private Meetings on Affirmative Action Plan   Administrators from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock do not want reporters present when discussing new affirmative action policies at the law school, according to The Daily Caller.   Michael Schwartz, the dean of the UALR Bowen School…>read more

No Comment January 23, 2014

Law Grad from Kansas University School of Law Donates $1 Million

Law Grad from Kansas University School of Law Donates $1 Million   Aspiring attorneys have received an incredible gift from a third generation University of Kansas Law School graduate. The gift will help students at the law school pay for their tuition.   Beau Gould is an attorney and commercial real…>read more

No Comment January 22, 2014

FAMU Law School Hearing with ABA Canceled

FAMU Law School Hearing with ABA Canceled   The accrediting board of the American Bar Association scheduled Friday, January 24 as a show-cause hearing for Florida A&M University, according to Tallahassee.com. Now, that meeting has been canceled.   Larry Robinson, the interim president at the school, and…>read more

No Comment January 21, 2014

Moritz College of Law Offering Human Trafficking Awareness Programs

Moritz College of Law Offering Human Trafficking Awareness Programs   The Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University is fighting human trafficking with various programs, according to nbc4i.com. The average age of victims of human trafficking is 13-years-old, according to the Attorney General’s Office in Ohio.   The…>read more

No Comment January 20, 2014

Yale Law School Votes to Change Final Exam Dates

Yale Law School Votes to Change Final Exam Dates   This week is one of the final times Yale Law School will issue its fall semester final exams in January. In the fall, a committee of law students and faculty members created a proposal that would change the law school…>read more

No Comment January 17, 2014

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