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Top Law Schools Unable to Attract Enough Students

Top Law Schools Unable to Attract Enough Students

Summary: Students with the LSAT scores to apply at the top-tier schools has dropped by nearly half, leaving those schools with very few options to fill even smaller class sizes. The housing crisis of 2008 put many on edge. When the director of admissions at the University of Michigan, Sarah Zearfoss, received advice from a […]

UNM Ranked as Best School for Public Service

UNM Ranked as Best School for Public Service

Summary: The latest issue of preLaw magazine awarded the University of New Mexico School of Law as the best school in the country for education in the public prosecutor/defender specialty. The University of New Mexico School of Law doesn’t get much recognition, but they are getting the honor of being the best school to attend […]

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Summary: The Law School at Villanova University received their second largest donation in school history, prompting the school to honor the donor by renaming the school. Villanova University is renaming its School of Law after a 1973 alumnus. The alum Charles “Chuck” Widger provided the school with a $25 million donation even though he went […]

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Summary: The Law School at Villanova University received their second largest donation in school history, prompting the school to honor the donor by renaming the school. Villanova University is renaming its School of Law after a 1973 alumnus. The alum Charles “Chuck” Widger provided the school with a $25 million donation even though he went […]

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Summary: The Law School at Villanova University received their second largest donation in school history, prompting the school to honor the donor by renaming the school. Villanova University is renaming its School of Law after a 1973 alumnus. The alum Charles “Chuck” Widger provided the school with a $25 million donation even though he went […]

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Villanova Receives $25 Million Donation, Renames Law School

Summary: The Law School at Villanova University received their second largest donation in school history, prompting the school to honor the donor by renaming the school. Villanova University is renaming its School of Law after a 1973 alumnus. The alum Charles “Chuck” Widger provided the school with a $25 million donation even though he went […]

Why Did the Number of Lawyers in Congress Plummet?

Why Did the Number of Lawyers in Congress Plummet?

Summary: A study has found that the number of lawyers in Congress has dropped significantly. A new research paper has shown that Congress has changed. It’s no longer dominated by lawyers. Instead, career politicians have taken over. ABA Journal reports that Nick Robinson, a visiting lecturer at Yale Law School and a fellow at Harvard […]

Amal Clooney Returns to Columbia Law School

Amal Clooney Returns to Columbia Law School

Summary: Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney returns to Columbia Law School. Columbia Law School announced on Wednesday that Amal Clooney is returning to their campus. The international human rights lawyer will lecture in Professor Sarah H. Cleveland’s course and to students of the Human Rights Clinic taught by Professor Sarah Knuckey. Clooney’s impressive resume includes serving as […]

Texas Wesleyan Law Students Won’t Get A&M Diploma

Texas Wesleyan Law Students Won’t Get A&M Diploma

Summary: The Texas Wesleyan University School of Law students that filed a suit to require Texas A&M to issue them new diplomas have been turned down, The National Law Journal reports. Texas A&M University acquired Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2013. Graduates of Wesleyan wanted the Texas A&M University School of Law to issue […]

How U.S. Law School Rankings Help Lower-Ranked Schools

How U.S. Law School Rankings Help Lower-Ranked Schools

Summary: As law schools deal with an enrollment crisis, it may be hard to believe that the law school rankings actually help the lower-ranked schools stay in business, Forbes says. The enrollment crisis at law schools across the country has forced them to make tough decisions in order to stay in business. There were three […]

Arizona Summit Law School Dean Honored With Diversity Award

Arizona Summit Law School Dean Honored With Diversity Award

Summary: Dean Shirley L. Mays of Arizona Summit Law School will be given the Diversity Award at the Paradise Valley Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at Town Hall. Arizona Summit Law School Dean Shirley L. Mays will be honored at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The event, to […]

Arizona Summit Law School Dean Honored With Diversity Award

Arizona Summit Law School Dean Honored With Diversity Award

Summary: Dean Shirley L. Mays of Arizona Summit Law School will be given the Diversity Award at the Paradise Valley Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at Town Hall. Arizona Summit Law School Dean Shirley L. Mays will be honored at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The event, to […]

How Dual-Degree Options Help Law School Graduates

How Dual-Degree Options Help Law School Graduates

Summary: John Marshall Law School and Saint Xavier University are the latest schools to join together to offer a dual-degree option for students. Make yourself a more competitive law school graduate by earning a Master of Business Administration while earning your Juris Doctor degree. John Marshall Law School and Saint Xavier University have partnered together […]

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