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William Mitchell College of Law

Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped

Lawsuit over Ability to Fire Tenured Professors Dropped Summary: Two William Mitchell College of Law professors filed a lawsuit on the school for a breach of contract when the school considered changing the tenure code. The lawsuit has now been dropped. William Mitchell College of Law in St…>read more

No Comment May 19, 2015

Hybrid Classes Changing the Traditional Route of Law School

Hybrid Classes Changing the Traditional Route of Law School Hybrid online degrees may be the new future for law schools. According to an article by CNBC titled “Digital Cracks the Final Frontier: Law School”, William Mitchell College of Law in Minnesota applied and was given permission to start a…>read more

No Comment April 7, 2015

Hamline and William Mitchell to Merge Law Schools

Hamline and William Mitchell to Merge Law Schools Summary: The law schools at Hamline University and William Mitchell have agreed to a merger that still requires approval from the American Bar Association.  Hamline University and William Mitchell College of Law announced Friday that the two law schools are merging,…>read more

No Comment February 16, 2015

William Mitchell College of Law Welcomes First Hybrid Online Law Class

William Mitchell College of Law Welcomes First Hybrid Online Law Class Summary: The William Mitchell College of Law welcomed its first hybrid online law class this week for an introductory event.  The William Mitchell College of Law has become the first accredited law school in the country to offer hybrid online law…>read more

No Comment January 15, 2015

Online Law Degrees Could be Very Close to Happening with New Program

Online Law Degrees Could be Very Close to Happening with New Program The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota offers a hybrid program that allows law students to study online and at school, according to U.S. News. The program was the first of its kind approved by the American…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2014

Online Education Part of Law School Recovery Plan

Online Education Part of Law School Recovery Plan Data from the American Bar Association shows that law school enrollment dropped 11 percent last year and has dropped 23 percent since 2010. The UNH School of Law has not been immune to the decrease either, according to NHPR. “I…>read more

No Comment May 7, 2014

The Hybrid Online Future of Degree Obtainment

The Hybrid Online Future of Degree Obtainment The William Mitchell College of Law is now in the process of finalizing a new hybrid degree program’s details. William Mitchell College of Law will offer the first American Bar Association-accredited hybrid on-campus/online J.D. program starting in 2015. This hybrid…>read more

No Comment December 20, 2013

Ex-law Professor Sentenced to Sex-Offender Therapy For Indecent Exposure to His 24-Year-Old Student

Ex-law Professor Sentenced to Sex-Offender Therapy For Indecent Exposure to His 24-Year-Old Student Clark Griffith, while an adjunct law professor for William Mitchell College of Law, exposed himself to a student next to a busy road, last January. While Griffith, 70, maintains that he has been victimized by such accusations from the student,…>read more

No Comment July 27, 2012

Law School Prioritizing More Lawyers of Color

Law School Prioritizing More Lawyers of Color A report released in 2010 by the American Bar Association claims that fewer than seven percent of partners and fewer than 20 percent of associates in law firms across the country are people of color. “When people see the numbers,…>read more

1 Comment May 25, 2012

NFB Files Complaints Against 9 Law Schools for Violating Civil Rights of Blind Law School Applicants

NFB Files Complaints Against 9 Law Schools for Violating Civil Rights of Blind Law School Applicants The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) announced today it has filed complaints with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, requesting investigations of nine prominent law schools for violating the civil rights of blind and other…>read more

No Comment May 5, 2010

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