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Fordham Law School Launches Undergraduate Legal Education Program to Increase Diversity in the Legal Profession
Fordham Law School announced today that it has launched a new program for college students designed to promote opportunity and diversity within the legal profession. The Fordham Legal Education and Access Program (LEAP) marries legal skills development with experiential opportunities that expose students to key aspects of law, legal institutions, and legal practice at the local, state, and national levels. The first cohort of LEAP students will begin their experience by participating in Fordham’s popular Pre-Law Institute, which begins on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.
Katharine Traylor Schaffzin was named the new dean of Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis. She is the first woman to serve in this position in the school's history, according to a media release from the university.
Emory University School of Law played a pivotal role in women’s history for the last century, and it continues to do so in 2019. This summer, it welcomes its first female dean, Mary Anne Bobinski.
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His mother said Matthew had been struggling with mental health issues for about five years, since he suffered a concussion from playing college football.
South Carolina residents will pay less to go to the state's only public law school next year, with the full price of in-state tuition falling $5,100 next year at the University of South Carolina School of Law.
This week's Ahead of the Curve looks at Malcolm Gladwell's podcast analysis of the LSAT, a law dean pulling double duty as a state bar president, and why the cool kid law students end up at USC.
If a law school's faculty includes experienced civil rights lawyers, that's a good sign, one expert says.
After a year without a full-time president and dean, Brooklyn Law School officially welcomed Michael Cahill on Monday, as both the next president and Joseph Crea dean.