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University Of Houston Files Trademark Infringement Lawsuit Against South Texas's Rebranding Itself Houston College Of Law

Following up on my prior posts (links below) on South Texas College of Law's rebranding itself Houston College of Law: Press Release, University of Houston Files Trademark Infringement Lawsuit Against South Texas College of Law: The University of Houston System has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against South Texas College...

These Three Books Will Change Your Life

Reading will enhance many skills that you cannot learn in college like the law of attraction, for example. I happen to be a law of attraction expert and know first hand that it can and will work to your advantage if you fill your mind with everything positive and learn to use mindful manifestations to your advantage. Show More Summary

Resolving The South Texas/Houston Brand Dispute: Exxon Law School?

Following up on my prior posts on South Texas College of Law's rebranding itself Houston College of Law, and the University of Houston College of Law's threatened lawsuit to protect its brand due to the "significant confusion this creates in the marketplace": Houston Business Journal, University of Houston Threatens Legal...

Students for Life Groups Now Outnumber Planned Parenthood Campus Groups 27-1

Students for Life of America (SFLA) announced today that they now serve more than 1,043 college, high school, law and medical school, and young professionals pro-life groups across the United States, 568 of which were started by the SFLA National Field Team. This means that Students for Life campus pro-life groups now outnumber pro-abortion groups nearly […]

The Supreme Court just ruled in favor of affirmative action in college admissions

The US Supreme Court affirmed the Fifth Circuit's opinion in the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case, ruling that the "race-conscious admissions program in use at the time" is lawful under the Equal Protection Clause of theShow More Summary

University Of Houston Dean Threatens To Sue South Texas Over Name Change To Houston College Of Law

In yesterday post on South Texas College of Law's announcing that it was changing its name to Houston College of Law, I noted that this would likely cause confusion the University of Houston Law Center. University of Houston Dean has come out swinging: We learned yesterday that South Texas College...

South Texas College Of Law Rebrands Itself Houston College Of Law

South Texas College of Law (unranked) has changed its name (FAQ) to Houston College of Law, likely causing confusion with the University of Houston Law Center (ranked #50). Building on a 93-year tradition of success in legal education in downtown Houston, South Texas College of Law administrators and board of...

Taylor:The GRE Is No Law School Diversity Tool

Aaron N. Taylor (Saint Louis; Director, Law School Survey of Student Engagement), The GRE Is No Diversity Tool: In February, the University of Arizona College of Law announced that applicants for admission could submit Graduate Record Exam scores, in lieu of scores from the Law School Admission Test. The announcement...

‘Demand For Guns Goes Radically Up in US’ Following Mass Shootings

The shooting that killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in Orlando marked the deadliest mass shooting ever in US history. Professor at Georgia State University College of Law, Timothy Lytton, spoke to Sputnik to share his views on the recent incident and the future of guns in the United States.

WAR ON BOYS: Poverty Hits Boys Hardest. Most of our society’s discourse on gender inequality i…

WAR ON BOYS: Poverty Hits Boys Hardest. Most of our society’s discourse on gender inequality in our society is focused on the very top: The fact that men outnumber women in elite boardrooms, law firms, and college faculty lounges. But at the middle and bottom of society, the gender inequality vectors look very different, with […]

GMU's Scalia Law School is a win for for free thought

On college campuses across the nation, a culture of fear and intimidation has choked the life out of academic freedom

Former Ohio Attorney General/Lieutenant Governor Named Interim Dean At Cleveland-Marshall Law School

Press Release, Lee Fisher Named Interim Dean of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law: Lee Fisher, former Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General of Ohio, has been appointed Interim Dean of Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law for the 2016-17 academic year. Fisher will continue to enhance the law school’s academic reputation,...

Ex-FBI agent who accused Obama of treason loses lucrative gig training law enforcement officers

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Ex-FBI agent John Guandolo lost a gig training law enforcement officers in Texas this week. Cedar Valley College cancelled the training event that was scheduled for June 3. The college had been criticized for inviting Guandolo, who has been characterized by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as...

For-Profit Colleges Are A Massive Scam

Frequent visitors of this internet space will be well aware that for-profit law schools are a massive con. At a somewhat lower average level of financial outlay, the same can be said of for-profit colleges: On average, counting both grads and dropouts, students at for-profit schools earn less after leaving school than they did before. […]

Dark clouds gather over Hillary Clinton

(Paul Mirengoff) Dan Metcalfe teaches secrecy law at American University’s Washington College of Law. He served as Director of the Justice Department’s Office of Information and Privacy for more than 25 years, during which time he handled information-disclosure policy issues on dozens of Clinton Administration scandals. Show More Summary

Berkley is at it AGAIN! DEFENDING College Professors Sexual Harassment Claims By Multiple Students!

Here is another liberal professor who imagines he is above the law, I guess. Several Berkeley students have banded together to accuse a professor of sexual harassment and the way he

Goat’s Valiant Escape From Laboratory Ends in Tragedy

After a goat escapes from horrifying "acute cartilage injury" experiments at the University of Iowa, the college is cited for violating federal animal welfare law. The post Goat’s Valiant Escape From Laboratory Ends in Tragedy appeared first on PETA.

ASHE SCHOW: Double Jeopardy At Berkeley Law. College campuses seem to be hostile environments fo…

ASHE SCHOW: Double Jeopardy At Berkeley Law. College campuses seem to be hostile environments for the rights of the accused. Now we’re starting to see professors denied due process the same way students often are are. University of California Berkeley law professor Sujit Choudhry was accused of sexual harassment because when he showed support for […]

21 Law Professors to Obama: Dept. of Ed. Guilty of Overreach

Twenty-one well-respected law professors, including Harvard's Alan Dershowitz, are arguing that Obama administration directives detailing how universities and colleges should react to allegations of sexual harassment are infringing upon due process and free speech.

A Man’s Game: Inside the Inequality that Plagues Women’s College Sports

'In this episode of Reveal, we’re looking into Title IX, the historic law meant to end gender discrimination in schools. We mostly see this rule play out in school sports, and behind all the fanfare, there's a story of failure. Reporter...Show More Summary

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