Check out this week’s collection of interesting articles in the world of Legal Education
If we are looking at all law schools throughout the country, and if the baseline is not 2018, but rather 2012 or 2013, then we are still far away from 'normalcy.'
The free public legal education program The People’s Law School after nearly 30 years on campus at the University of Houston Law Center will stop holding face-to-face classes as it makes the transition to online content.
For several years running, women have made up the majority of the nation’s law students. And while statistics for this year’s entering class won’t be available for a while, it appears that women are still making strides.
The law school decided to host an implicit bias training session led by Laura McNeal of the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. Duncan said that this was the best way for the law school to tackle bias issues.
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This podcast discusses warning signs suggesting you might need extra help in law school, and talk about why seeking help is a sign of strength and not a weakness.
Law students from elite universities protested outside DLA Piper offices in three cities Oct. 10, calling on the firm to drop arbitration agreements from employee contracts.
LSC, HLAB, GBLS and City Life/Vida Urbana receive John G. Brooks Legal Services Award
The LSAT will be forever changed thanks to this landmark settlement.
The University of Akron School of Law announced Wednesday it is now accepting GRE scores from applicants, in addition to the traditional LSAT.
For the second year in a row, the University of Georgia School of Law has been named the best value in legal education in the country by National Jurist. These rankings are based on outcome-driven metrics such as bar passage and employment rates in addition to average indebtedness, tuition and cost of living.
The school is recovering following a decline in enrollment after the 2008 recession.
Attorney General William Barr will give a speech behind closed doors Friday at the University of Notre Dame law school in South Bend, Ind., according to the university.
The pedagogic style, in which an instructor uses an assigned seating chart with photographs to cold-call students to recite the facts of a case or opine upon its legal principles, has been hailed as the molder of young, legal minds for more than a century. But, like so many time-honored traditions of yesteryear, it’s due for a makeover, or better yet, a retirement. The Socratic method is not only old-fashioned but also unnecessary, and even harmful, to the training of young lawyers.
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS), a nonprofit association of 179 member law schools, today announced a new faculty recruitment platform to enable candidates to seamlessly apply for open positions and institutions to easily review qualified candidates.