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Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M

Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M The Fordham Law School has announced the launch of a new dual-concentration LL.M degree option. Students accepting the option can remain at Fordham Law for an additional semester of full-time study (or the equivalent for part-time students) to complete 12…>read more

No Comment March 21, 2014

LawCrossing Releases its “2013-14 Guide to Top LL.M. Programs in America”

LawCrossing Releases its “2013-14 Guide to Top LL.M. Programs in America”   LawCrossing is part of the Employment Research Institute, which is one of the largest employment companies in the world with more than 500 websites. The staff at LawCrossing compiled all of the data and information found in the guide…>read more

No Comment January 24, 2014

Hastings College of Law Sees Success in Fellowship’s First Year

Hastings College of Law Sees Success in Fellowship’s First Year   The Hastings College of Law created a fellowship for students studying to become attorneys that allows them to work in nonprofit and local government organizations, according to The Contra Costa Times. One such student, Saron Tesfai, has worked as…>read more

No Comment December 26, 2013

University of Kansas School of Law Publicly Censured by ABA

University of Kansas School of Law Publicly Censured by ABA   The American Bar Association (ABA) has announced that the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has publicly censured the University Of Kansas School Of Law and fined them $50,000 for admitting two law students into…>read more

No Comment December 20, 2013

11% Decline in Law School Enrollment: A 36 Year Low

11% Decline in Law School Enrollment: A 36 Year Low   Since 1977 law school enrollment hasn’t been this low, according to the American Bar Association. Since last year there has been an almost 50,000 student decline; analysts and speculators and the legal community consider that this “largely reflects concerns…>read more

No Comment December 18, 2013

UWF New Accelerated Law School Program

UWF New Accelerated Law School Program     The University of West Florida and Stetson University College of Law announced that they are partnering to offer a 3+3 program, starting in August 2015, which will allow aspiring attorneys to reduce the time they spend working toward…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2013

The Law School Crisis Doesn’t Exist at Places Like Yale

The Law School Crisis Doesn’t Exist at Places Like Yale     Big Law schools like Yale, Harvard, or Emory have access to the resources of a large university and “substantial endowments,” according to a recent S&P report that shows how standalone law schools are being affected by the current…>read more

No Comment December 11, 2013

A Divide in Legal Education

A Divide in Legal Education   The sun still shines brightly on the most selective schools, which, so far, have been generally sheltered from the law school crisis. According to The Wall Street Journal, that continues for both prestigious private institutions, like Yale, Stanford, or…>read more

No Comment December 9, 2013

Law School Philosophy

Law School Philosophy   A University of Michigan law school professor, Sherman J. Clark, answers the complex question of “What is law school good for?” According to The Wall Street Journal, he also has the answer.  He does not dismiss the idea that…>read more

No Comment November 15, 2013

“Anything But Law School” Scholarship Offered by Chicago Law Teacher

“Anything But Law School” Scholarship Offered by Chicago Law Teacher Matthew Willens, a Chicago personal injury attorney, who also teaches at Loyola University’s Chicago’s law school, has announced the launch of a $1000 “Anything But Law School Graduate Scholarship” for students. Willens’ program is in response to his conviction that…>read more

No Comment November 8, 2013

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