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Aspen Advisor Week in Review for June 21, 2019

Aspen Advisor Week in Review for June 21, 2019 random

Check out this week’s collection of interesting articles related to the Bar exam, law schools, law students, legal education and publishing.

Bar Exam

The American Bar Association last week removed accreditation from another school, a month after it raised standards for bar exam passage.


The results do not bode well for schools like Thomas Jefferson that are already in trouble.


Diversity in Legal Education

What is your law school doing to encourage diversity on its law review?


Law Professors

Vermont Law School has become the first independent law school sanctioned by the American Association of University Professors after it stripped tenure from 14 of its 19 tenured faculty members in 2018.


Law School Students

Both as a law student and a guest speaker I felt unwelcome at Yale. Ted Cruz’s investigation can be a step toward increasing true diversity and tolerance.


Know any law students who have good ideas about helping low-income people with debt, evictions or government benefits? They could win up to $15,000 in seed money from the Law School Admission Council to work with nonprofit legal services groups.


Legal Education

Getting a sneak peek at your potential career.


How are graduates of your law school doing in the job market?


Elena Langan Brings Student-Focused and Strategic Academic Leadership Experience to Touro Law


Local law school instructors said there's been a rise in the number of students studying immigration law in response to President Trump's aggressive stance on immigration enforcement.


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