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What Law School Alums Earn Halfway Through Their Careers

What Law School Alums Earn Halfway Through Their Careers Summary: PayScale has released mid-career salary data for the top 55 law schools in the country which demonstrates which law schools may provide the best salaries many years after graduation.  The TaxProf Blog has reviewed a study by Payscale that analyzes mid-career earnings for…>read more

No Comment October 23, 2014

Whittier Law School Graduates Most Challenged in Finding Work

Whittier Law School Graduates Most Challenged in Finding Work Summary: Whittier Law School, which has one of the lowest employment rates in the country, is taking steps to help its graduates find legal work. Whittier Law School, located in Costa Mesa, California, suffers from one of the most abysmal…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2014

Wayne State University Law School Freezes Tuition and Offers Scholarships

Wayne State University Law School Freezes Tuition and Offers Scholarships Summary: Wayne State University Law School will freeze tuition for the next academic school year and will offer scholarships to both current and incoming students. The school hopes that the move will increase enrollment and lower student debt. The Free…>read more

No Comment October 21, 2014

North Carolina Law Schools Changing Their Ways to Match the Market

North Carolina Law Schools Changing Their Ways to Match the Market Summary: Law schools throughout the state of North Carolina have begun changing their curriculum in order to keep pace with the changing job market for lawyers. Campbell University’s law school, located in Raleigh, decided to open classes to part-time students who…>read more

No Comment October 21, 2014

UB Law Offers Free Tuition for Qualifying Students from Historically Black Schools

UB Law Offers Free Tuition for Qualifying Students from Historically Black Schools Summary: A new program in Maryland will give students from historically black colleges a preview of law school life and help them gain admission. Students at the four historically black colleges and universities (HCBUs) in Maryland have suffered a disadvantage if…>read more

No Comment October 20, 2014

One Million Dollars Donated to University of Texas Law School

One Million Dollars Donated to University of Texas Law School Summary: A couple known for its philanthropic contributions to the community has donated $1 million to the University of Texas School of Law. A generous gift of $1 million was given to the University of Texas School of Law to…>read more

No Comment October 16, 2014

Drastic Drop in Applications at Brandeis School of Law

Drastic Drop in Applications at Brandeis School of Law Summary: Applications to the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law have dropped dramatically, following the trend of law schools across the country.  Following along with the national trend, The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law has seen a decline…>read more

No Comment October 15, 2014

Man Gets Sentence of 11 Years for Computer Thefts from Oregon Law School

Man Gets Sentence of 11 Years for Computer Thefts from Oregon Law School Summary: A computer thief who burglarized the University of Oregon Law School multiple times has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for his crimes. On Monday, a man from Springfield was sentenced to 11 years in prison for stealing three…>read more

No Comment October 14, 2014

The Ten Toughest Law Schools to Get Into

The Ten Toughest Law Schools to Get Into Summary: The Princeton Review has analyzed law school data and produced a list of the ten law schools with the most demanding admission requirements. Business Insider reports that the Princeton Review has released its 2015 guide to law schools. This…>read more

No Comment October 13, 2014

Yale’s Most Interesting Law Student Doesn’t Have to Take Any Finals or Study

Yale’s Most Interesting Law Student Doesn’t Have to Take Any Finals or Study Summary: Harold Kent is a 93-year-old World War II veteran who keeps his mind sharp by attending law school classes at Yale. Harold Kent is not your typical Yale Law student. For starters, he’s 93 years old. He’s auditing classes…>read more

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