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HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Faculty Salaries And The Extraordinary Cos…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Faculty Salaries And The Extraordinary Cost Of Research At A Top 25 Law School. “Second, these gaps reveal that tenure-track law faculty are comfortable with high levels of income inequality. We may criticize income inequality in other contexts, but we are comfortable with that inequality in our own […]

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

ABA Journal, North Carolina Central, Arizona Summit Found Out of Compliance With ABA Accreditation Standards Carissa Byrne Hessick (North Carolina), Towards a Series of Academic Norms for #Lawprof Twitter Inside Higher Ed, Posttenure Benchwarmers Howard E. Katz (Cleveland State), What Law School Curriculum Committees Can Learn from Architecture Schools Law.com,ABA...

Most Recent Issue of LawNow: Children in the Justice System

The most recent issue of LawNow is available online. The magazine is published by the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta.The issue features a series of articles on children in the justice system as well as a special report on tax reform..

Voting Fraud Commission Is Gone, But Homeland Security May Pick Up Its Work

And that means the fight is far from over, says the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. The post Voting Fraud Commission Is Gone, But Homeland Security May Pick Up Its Work appeared first on Rewire.

ABA Finds Appalachian, Arizona Summit & North Carolina Central Law Schools Out Of Compliance With Accreditation Standards

ABA Journal, North Carolina Central, Arizona Summit Found Out of Compliance With ABA Accreditation Standards: The ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar recently notified two law schools—North Carolina Central University School of Law and Arizona Summit Law School—that they were not in compliance with specific accreditation...

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

ABA Journal, Students at top law schools ask for more mental health supports Deborah N. Archer (NYLS), Open to Justice: The Importance of Student Selection Decision in Law School Clinics ExtensionEngine Blog, Online Master's Programs at Law Schools: Why Online Learning? Robert Kuehn (Associate Dean for Clinical Education, Washington University),...

Artificial Intelligence Studies Abroad At Elite Law School

Most legal technology education happens in the U.S., and this law school is making sure its students don't get left behind.

The Top 10 Legal Education Posts Of 2017

2018 U.S. News Law School Peer Reputation Rankings (And Overall Rankings) Law Profs Who Signed Letter Opposing Jeff Sessions For Attorney General Receive Open Records Act Requests For Their Emails Wax & Alexander: Paying The Proce For The Breakdown Of The Country's 'Bourgeois Culture' (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3,...

Weekly Legal Education Roundup: The Best Legal Education Articles Of 2017

Because the week between Christmas and New Years is typically slow for legal education news, I am going to discuss the best legal education articles from 2017. Several articles in the past year showed the effectiveness of new approaches to legal education. There have also been several excellent articles this...

Brian Brown: NOM Has Helped Erode LGBT Civil Rights In 2017 So Send Us Money Right Now As Our Reward

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Just in from hate group leader Brian Brown: This year has been one of amazing accomplishment for the National Organization for Marriage (NOM). We’ve had incredible successes in every area of our work – public education, legal advocacy, and federal and state policy advancement. Show More Summary

5 Law School Failures of 2017

Not to sound like Captain Obvious, but it's been a bad year for law schools. After years of declining enrollments, it appears legal education hit bottom in 2017. The cumulative effects washed ashore when barely a third of law students crawled past the bar exam in one state. So......

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

ABA Journal, How Did Some Law Schools Increase First-time Pass Rates by at Least 10 Points in 2017? ABA Journal, Some schools flagged by ABA this year have not raised admissions standards, latest data indicates ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, ABA Standards and Rules of...

ABA Sends Proposed Accreditation Changes Out For Notice And Comment

ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, ABA Standards and Rules of Procedure: Matters for Notice and Comment (Dec. 15, 2017): At its meeting held on November 3-4, 2017, the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar approved for Notice and Comment...

ABA Releases Law School Section 509 Reports

The ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has released Fall 2017 Standard 509 Information Reports for all ABA-approved law schools on its website (explanation of changes): The material is collected by the section, which requires law schools each year to disclose data and information covering matters...

Is Anti-Trump Climate Litigation the New Brown v. Board of Education?

We need not rehash my misgivings about the legal effort by adolescents and pre-adolescents in Oregon to force the Trump administration to implement policies to reduce carbon emissions; opinions on this lawsuit have hardened, and I don’t expect to change anyone’s minds one way or the other about the case. However, I did raise an... Read more »

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

ABA Journal, These seven law schools may be the most underrated Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine), Federal Court Chides Western Michigan-Thomas Cooley Law School For Seeking TRO To Block ABA's Release Of Letter On School's Noncompliance With Accreditation Standards Eric A. Chiappinelli (Texas Tech), Like Pulling Teeth: How Dental Education's Crisis...

Professional Identity And Professionalism

Benjamin V. Madison III (Regent), Professional Identity and Professionalism: This article discusses the difference between the professional identity formation movement in legal education and the older professionalism movement. Discusses approaches at different schools to derive values, methods to cultivate such values, and potential to help new lawyers have a strong...

Every Silver Lining Has A Cloud: Defensive Pessimism In Legal Education

Emily Zimmerman (Drexel) & Casey LaDuke (Virginia), Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud: Defensive Pessimism in Legal Education, 66 Cath. U.L. Rev. 823 (2017): Defensive pessimism is a strategy that involves setting low expectations and reflecting extensively on what could go wrong in connection with a future event in order...

DeVos: Low expectation for students with disabilities must end

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos says too many students with disabilities are caught in a cycle of low academic expectations and that the status quo of schools doing the minimum legally required to educate them must end. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: George Washington Shrinks Incoming Class…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: George Washington Shrinks Incoming Class Size To Stop Rankings Slide.

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