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HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Is It Time To Start Shutting Down Law Scho…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Is It Time To Start Shutting Down Law Schools? This month, the American Bar Association provisionally accredited a new law school at Concordia University. More than 200 law schools are accredited in the U.S. An analysis of data from the ABA itself raises the question whether that list […]

Trinity Western’s loss a clear case of anti-Christian bigotry

The Ontario Superior Court has upheld an anti-Christian ruling against Trinity Western Law School. The Law Society says TWU discriminates against gays and lesbians because they’re a Christian college. The judges had to twist themselves into knots to come up with this decision. It’s truly bizarre. Did you know there are lawyers in Ontario who attended […]

Two Fired Tenured Profs Sue Charleston Law School

Charleston Regional Business Journal, Fired Professors Sue Charleston Law School: Two former tenured faculty members at the Charleston School of Law say they were fired as retaliation for opposing The InfiLaw System purchase of the school. They’re now suing the school and its owners, Robert Carr and George Kosko. Nancy...

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Above the Law, Biglaw Firm Decimates Summer Associate Program Above the Law, Biglaw Trend Alert: Say Goodbye To Gmail Above the Law, Bloomberg’s ‘The 10 Most Underrated Law Schools’ Is A Terribly Stupid List Above the Law, Why Do Solo Practitioners Make So Little Money? Albany Times-Union, Albany Law School...

The Education Law Everyone Wants to Fix

When it comes to setting standards for America’s public schools, there’s a remarkable degree of consensus: The system the federal government has in place—known as No Child Left Behind—doesn’t work. Fixing it, however, is about to set...Show More Summary

Burglary suspect cries when judge reveals they were middle school classmates

Decades after attending middle school in Miami Beach, Florida, two classmates ended up on different sides of the law. In a Miami-Dade bond court earlier this week, Judge Mindy Glazer realized that she recognized burglary suspect Arthur Booth from their school days at Nautilus Middle School. Show More Summary

Genevieve Tokic (McDermott Will & Emery) Joins Northern Illinois Law School Faculty

Northern Illinois College of Law Press Release: Genevieve Tokic, an associate from the tax group at McDermott Will & Emery, will teach courses in the areas of tax and international business, where her expertise in international tax planning and cross-border business transactions will well-complement the school's global reach and credentials....

Law School 'Deaning' In The 'New Normal'

David Barnhizer (Cleveland State), “Deaning” in the “New Normal”: My focus in this analysis is on the kinds of skills and capabilities law deans need if they are seeking to guide law schools through this messy period. A recent report indicated that the median tenure of a law dean in...

Arthur Booth and Mindy Glazer: Middle School Classmates Now Find Themselves On Different Sides Of The Law [Video]

Arthur Booth and Mindy Glazer had not seen each other since middle school. On Thursday, they met again, but the circumstances could have been a lot better especially for Arthur Booth. On June 29, Booth, 49-years-old, was arrested by Hialeah Police. Show More Summary

Recent Listening: Dave Bass, Tiempo Libre

yesterdayMusic / Jazz : Rifftides

Dave Bass, NYC Sessions (Whaling City Sound) In the 1970s when pianist Dave Bass thought that a broken wrist had ended his career, he dropped out of music and into law school. Eventually, he became deputy attorney general of California. Through the years Bass continued to play, but not publicly until he agreed in 2005 […]

Indiana sex offenders use GOP’s ‘religious freedom’ law in fight to attend church on school property

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Two sex offenders in Indiana are trying take advantage of a so-called religious freedom law to force the state to allow them to attend churches even if they are on school property. The Associated Press reported, that American Civil Liberties Union filed suit this week on behalf of two sex offenders...

Bloomberg: Is It Time to Start Shutting Down Law Schools?

Bloomberg, Is It Time to Start Shutting Down Law Schools?: This month, the American Bar Association provisionally accredited a new law school at Concordia University. More than 200 law schools are accredited in the U.S. An analysis of data from the ABA itself raises the question whether that list should...

DOJ To Virginia School Board: Transgender Students Just Need To Pee

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

After proposals to restrict restroom use by transgender public school students were introduced in several states this year, LGBT advocates argued such a statute would run afoul of federal law. Thankfully, none of the proposals — some of which would h… The post DOJ To Virginia School Board: Transgender Students Just Need To Pee appeared first on Towleroad.

Canadian Court Upholds Decision Not to Grant Accreditation to Anti-Gay Christian Law School

Trinity Western University's proposed law school in British Columbia has been under fire because the school, in true anti-gay fashion, requires all students to agree that only married men and women are allowed to have sex. Last November, they hit their biggest obstacle yet when the Law Society of British Columbia decided not to grant the school accreditation:

Satanist takes Megyn Kelly to law school

She was confused by state constitutions being different things despite containing "a lot of similar words"

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Of vaccines and resistance

Reuters: Opponents of California's new law tightening school vaccination rules said on Wednesday they had put together a team of attorneys to challenge the measure, which was prompted by a measles outbreak at Disneyland that sickened...Show More Summary

Rethinking Measures Of Quality And Value In The U.S. News Law Rankings

Christopher J. Ryan (Vanderbilt), Crunching the Numbers: Rethinking Measures of Quality and Value in National Law School Rankings: Rankings have become an important, if not essential, element of the law school environment since U.S. News & World Report (“U.S. News”) first began publishing law school rankings in 1987. Since the...

The rights of the many versus the rights of the few: Anti-vax edition

Vaccination supporters got a shot in the arm this week when California signed into law a mandate that school children be fully inoculated despite parents’ personal or religious beliefs. The post The rights of the many versus the rights of the few: Anti-vax edition appeared first on Elliott.

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