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The Aspen Advisor Week in Review for June 8, 2018

The Aspen Advisor Week in Review for June 8, 2018 random

One of the many benefits of working in legal education is getting to discuss thought-provoking and complex topics with some of the brightest people – law professors. I hear legal experts interviewed by major news networks and proudly tell my family, “That’s our author!” I can talk with three professors and hear three different and compelling perspectives. I appreciate the care and judgement that goes into these arguments, regardless of which “side” I am on. There’s no yelling or name-calling, just rational discourse. These are not easy topics to broach but they are helpful in crafting our own opinions and leading change. Several topics being discussed this week fall into this category, from a justice gap to new business models. May they inspire you to learn more, discuss openly, and lead change.

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Elite Law School Enters the Post-LSAT World
How many more people will apply to law school if they don't have to take the LSAT?

Law Schools Are Failing Students of Color
Higher debt and lower employment rates create a “justice gap” that’s nearly impossible to escape

Defending For-Profit Law School Suits, ABA Pushes for Multidistrict Litigation
Moving the three lawsuits filed last month by InfiLaw Corp. and its schools into MDL would prevent inconsistent rulings pertaining to law school accreditation, the American Bar Association asserts.

Why Yale Law School Isn’t the Number-One Law School (In the ATL 2018 Law School Rankings)
When it comes to law school greatness, numbers might not tell the whole story.


Launching Your Firm Post-Law School
Big firms can be great places to learn, practice, grow, and build careers -- but they're not the only path to success

Judge Criticized for Stanford Swimmer's Sexual Assault Sentence is Ousted in Recall Vote
A California judge under fire for a six-month sentence for sexual assault given to a Stanford swimmer was ousted Tuesday in a recall vote.


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The Aspen Advisor Week in Review is a collection of interesting articles from the past week that pertain to Legal Education. Some may be especially relevant to law professors and others to law students. Many stories focus on the pedagogical, technical, and financial innovation occurring in law schools today. We hope that these articles inspire you.