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LSAT Sees Increase in Test-Takers from February 2013-February 2014

LSAT Sees Increase in Test-Takers from February 2013-February 2014   According to the website for LSAC, the number of people who took the LSAT in the month of February increased. Even though there was an increase, it was not a massive increase.   As the LSAT Blog notes, the…>read more

No Comment March 13, 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

Law Professor Warns Law Libraries are Thing of the Past

Law Professor Warns Law Libraries are Thing of the Past   According to law professor James G. Milles, law libraries are in for some rough seas. A report from the Wall Street Journal detailed Milles’ thoughts on the budget-tightening at law schools and how this affects law libraries.   “Legal…>read more

No Comment December 27, 2013

New Jersey Produces Surplus Lawyers: The Most in 6 Years

New Jersey Produces Surplus Lawyers: The Most in 6 Years The 670 New Jersey lawyers sworn in Tuesday, 500 of them at Trenton War Memorial, are a great increase in JDs in the employment pool, with a seventeen percent increase over last year – quite a figure, considering the legal…>read more

No Comment December 6, 2013

Law Grads Outnumber Law Jobs

Law Grads Outnumber Law Jobs According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “more students are graduating from law school each year than there are jobs available.” That is the lowest percentage The National Association for Law Placement has ever measured. The Associated Press reported…>read more

No Comment December 2, 2013

Most ABA Law Schools Losing Money

Most ABA Law Schools Losing Money   Paul Campos, of Lawyers, Guns and Money, has done a curious survey of law school revenues – curious in his use of inflated language – and discovered that up to 85 percent of ABA law schools are in fact…>read more

No Comment November 13, 2013

New Study Shows that Law School Heirarchy Long Preceded Annual Ranking

New Study Shows that Law School Heirarchy Long Preceded Annual Ranking   Has the U.S. News & World Report’s annual law school rankings arbitrarily skewed which law schools are truly elite, making distinctions that have no practical meaning? Those ranked lower on the chart may allege this is the case, and…>read more

No Comment October 18, 2013

Five of the Best Law Schools to Attend

Five of the Best Law Schools to Attend   The economy is trashed after the recession of 2007 and 2008, and many have bided their time in the limbo of unemployment by seeking further education. But lo! The legal market is the weakest in recovery, and those hoping…>read more

No Comment October 15, 2013

Law Schools Pool Their Clinics to Fight Patent Trolls

Law Schools Pool Their Clinics to Fight Patent Trolls   Every system has its exploits, just as computers soon developed “viruses” and every manner of digital exploitation and hacking. The latest exploit on the legal field has been patent trolls, persons who claim to have some bogus patent on…>read more

No Comment October 10, 2013

ABA Draft Report is Hard on Law Schools and Painfully Truthful

ABA Draft Report is Hard on Law Schools and Painfully Truthful On September 20, the ABA Task Force on the Future of Legal Education published their Draft Report. The report is accompanied with a notice that “This is … neither the final report of the Task Force Report nor a document…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2013

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