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Aspen Advisor Week in Review for October 18th, 2019


Check out this week’s collection of interesting articles related to distance learning, law professors, legal education and other recent legal news.

Experiential Learning

And the winner is…


Law School Students

The Florida State University College of Law Trial Team won first place in the 2019 Mockingbird Challenge National Trial Competition held Oct. 9-12 in Montgomery, Alabama.


There were historic rates of LSAT score cancellation.


Dr. Shirag Shemmassian -- a law school admissions expert who has been featured on The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, and NBC -- discusses the process of deciding which law schools to apply to, and choosing the one to attend.


Legal Education

If we’re seeking to adopt some measure to assess scholarly impact, there are serious caveats that need to be addressed before we begin.


The Manhattan law school has partnered with the Interfaith Center of New York to give students and attorneys a basis in religion so they can better represent clients of faith.


Seton Hall University School of Law is pleased to announce that it is now accepting the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in addition to or in place of the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) for J.D. admissions.


Should lawyers resist the robot lawyer invasion and does it actually pose a threat to the legal profession as we know it?



“The new Pre-Law Center is meant to serve undergraduates in all majors across campus. This way, students have one central place to access resources related to course offerings, LSAT prep, law school admissions and the other opportunities available to them on campus, such as Mock Trial, the Pre-Law Society and the new Pre-Law Certificate,” Coopie said in a statement.