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If Black Lives Matter At Whittier, Shouldn't Law School Address Graduates' Abysmal Bar Passage And Employment Rates?

Following up on my previous posts (here and here): The College Fix, Law Professor Who Wore Black Lives Matter Shirt to Class Has a Long Trail of Student Grievances, by Samantha Figueroa: When a law professor wore a Black Lives Matter shirt to class earlier this year, she saw it...

HAPPY TO SEE THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF LAW ON THIS LIST AGAIN: 10 Law Schools Where Al…

HAPPY TO SEE THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF LAW ON THIS LIST AGAIN: 10 Law Schools Where Alumni Have the Least Debt.

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Georgetown 3L: Law School Is A Terrible I…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Georgetown 3L: Law School Is A Terrible Idea For Most People. Of course, that’s true of any graduate program. Or college major.

Mike Krzyzewski Comments on North Carolina's Transgender Legislation

Following Albany's decision to pull out of a scheduled game against Duke during the upcoming college basketball season due to New York state's stance against a North Carolina law impacting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people,...Show More Summary

Houston College Of Law Seeks To Hire Staff Attorney In Its Low Income Taxpayer Clinic

Houston College of Law seeks to hire a Staff Attorney in its Low Income Taxpayer Clinic: Job Description SUMMARY Houston College of Law, located in downtown Houston, recently received approval from the IRS to receive a grant to operate a LITC. Beginning with the fall 2016 semester, the LITC will...

Law School App Tracks Students’ Professional Skills

National Law Journal, Law School App Tracks Students’ Professional Skills: Want to graduate from law school as a well-rounded attorney? There’s an app for that. Next month, the University of Nebraska College of Law will roll out an app designed to help students develop 27 distinct professional skills by tracking...

How States, Cities And Universities Can Retain Foreign Entrepreneurs

American colleges and universities attract and educate some of the world's most talented and ambitious foreign graduate students. But thanks to restrictive immigration laws, many of these brilliant, highly-trained individuals are forced to head straight to the nearest airport upon graduation. They take a lot more than their suitcases home with them. Show More Summary

Taxation And Tax Policy Roundtable Today At Netanya College School Of Law (Israel)

Rifat Azam (Radzyner), Minimum Global Effective Corporate Tax Rate: The American Citizenship and Leadership Responsibility Yariv Brauner (Florida), Why Examples in Tax Regulations? Sarah Cohen (Dom Helder), The Brazilian Legal and Taxation Systems: Controversial Aspects in a Federative State David Elkins (Netanya), The Case Against Income Taxation of Multinationals Mirit...

Will Placement Data, U.S. News Fudging Make Law Schools Liable For Their Students' Debt Under New DOE Rules Aimed At For-Profit Colleges?

Following up on my previous post, Law Students May Use Department Of Education's New Fraud Defense To Loan Repayment Aimed At For-Profit Colleges To Discharge Law School Loans: Inside Higher Ed, Proposed Federal Student Debt Forgiveness Rules Aimed At For-Profit Colleges Worry Some Nonprofit Colleges: For-profit colleges and their advocates...

WSJ Op-Ed:After 20 Years Of Teaching, I Am Banning Laptops In My Law School Classroom

Following up my previous posts (links below): Wall Street Journal op-ed, I’m Banning Laptops From My Classroom, by Stuart Green (Rutgers Law School): For more than 20 years, I have taught college graduates, most in their mid-20s, the basics of criminal law and procedure. In all that time, at half...

Wallowing

Virtually nobody outside of legal circles and academia questioned the appropriateness or outrageousness of Comey’s comments. One academic legal blogger, Stetson University College of Law professor Ellen Podgor, noted that most FBI investigations...Show More Summary

Charlene Luke Succeeds Marty McMahon As Editor-In-Chief Of The Florida Tax Review

Charlene D. Luke has been named Editor-in-Chief of the Florida Tax Review, succeeding Martin J. McMahon, Jr. Prof. McMahon and the other tax faculty at the University of Florida Levin College of Law will continue as members of the editorial board, and the Florida Tax Review will continue to draw...

Just How Much Student Debt Do We Really Want To Forgive?

The Department of Education might think that they are talking about for-profit colleges, but they just described American law schools.

"Yale [Law School] made me feel, for the first time in my life, that others viewed my life with intrigue."

"Professors and classmates seemed genuinely interested in what seemed to me a superficially boring story: I went to a mediocre public high school, my parents didn’t go to college, and I grew up in Ohio. The same was true of nearly everyone I knew. Show More Summary

Higher Ed Law Firm Takes on Bankruptcy Trustees in Tuition Battles

The law firm that has bailed colleges and universities out of NCAA athletic-compliance trouble is representing colleges that face demands to return tuition payments made by a student’s parents.

Law Students May Use Department Of Education's New Fraud Defense To Loan Repayment Aimed At For-Profit Colleges To Discharge Law School Loans

BuzzFeed News, Law School Grads Could Be Next To Have Student Loans Cancelled: Law graduates, many with more than $100,000 in debt, could soon seek to have their loans cancelled. And some may have a convincing case. They made misleading claims about how many of their students were likely to...

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 […]

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