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Caron Named Associate Dean For Research And Faculty Development At Pepperdine

Press Release, Paul L. Caron Named Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development: Paul L. Caron, Professor of Law at Pepperdine School of Law, has been named Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, effective August 1, 2015. Caron joined the Pepperdine tenured faculty in 2013 after serving as the...

The Best Legal Job Market for Millenials? Tax Law

Huffington Post: The Best Legal Job Market for Millenials? Tax Law, by Debra Carpenter: According to the National Association for Law Placement, the job market for new law school graduates doesn't look that great at first glance.... [But] there is one specialty seeing significant growth and has a wealth...

WSJ: Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns And Bible

Wall Street Journal Law Blog, New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible: The law school curricula is always evolving. There will always be courses on torts, property, civil procedure and other core subjects. But other offerings reflect the passions and problems of the day. Law Blog takes a...

Big Labor uses card check tactics to swell ranks

By Wayne Hoffman, Idaho Press-Tribune Idaho school labor unions, declining in power and membership, are now deploying Big Labor tactics to stay at the bargaining table, despite a state law many expected would curtail union power.

Tax Panel Today At SEALS

The Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2015 Annual Conference concludes today in Boca Raton, FL with this tax panel: Workshop on Tax Law Discussion Group: Tax Policy This discussion group is broadly concerned with issues of taxation. Discussants will address individual income tax, corporate income tax, state and local tax,...

LEGAL EDUCATION: New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible. Hey, I was taking stude…

LEGAL EDUCATION: New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible. Hey, I was taking students to the shooting range back in the 1990s, though after I let them shoot the MP5 and got stuck with a several-hundred-dollar ammo bill my enthusiasm waned a bit. The women in particular seemed to enjoy full-auto.

Little Tokyo monument honors Japanese immigrant activist Sei Fujii

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Sei Fujii immigrated to America in 1903 and graduated from USC's law school in 1911, knowing full well that, as a noncitizen, he would not be allowed to take the bar and practice as an attorney.

"New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible."

This doesn't surprise me in the slightest. It's the same-old-same-old from my point of view, but it might surprise you. Let me know if it does.

New Rules Limit Impact of Law School-Funded Jobs

Law school graduate employment rates are about to look a little worse at some schools in the wake of a new proposal adopted Friday by accreditors. During a meeting in Chicago, the American Bar Association’s accrediting arm voted to limit the amount of credit schools get for paying to find graduates jobs. Through what are [...]

New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible

A trip to a shooting range, a deep dive into Nietzsche and an exploration into what's ailing American cities. These are among the adventures that law school students can look forward to this fall.

NFL, NFLPA request expedited schedule in Brady case

The NFL and NFLPA have found a point of agreement when it comes to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s challenge of his four-game suspension. Gabe Feldman of Tulane Law School reports that the two sides have asked Judge Richard Berman for an expedited schedule that would lead to a final resolution of the case, subject to appeal,…

Federal Court Places A Stay On Order Compelling NCAA To Pay Athletes

3 days agoNews : The Two-Way

The ruling comes nearly a year after a district court judge ruled that the NCAA violated antitrust laws and should let schools pay athletes $5,000.

6 Reasons You Should Consider Attending Law School

Law school, as exciting and thrilling as it may sound, is all about fit and compatibility. I mean this in... The post 6 Reasons You Should Consider Attending Law School appeared first on Lifehack.

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Above the Law, Ambition And Grit Do Not Always Come From The Top Law Schools Above the Law, Lafayette Movie Theater Gunman Was A Law School Graduate American Lawyer, Is Law School Back in Vogue? Bloomberg, Big Law’s Here to Stay Brett Brosseit (Ave Maria), Law School Academic Support Professionals’...

Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup

Alan Appel (New York Law School), The Government Strikes Back -- New IRS Notice Strengthens Anti-Inversion Rules Shera Avi-Yonah & Reuven S. Avi-Yonah (Michigan), Leveling the Playing Field: The Case for an Education Value Added Tax Beng Goh, Jimmy Lee & Jeffrey Ng, The Inclusion of General Counsel in Top...

WSJ: Law Schools Fight ABA Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted

Wall Street Journal, Law Schools Fight Bar Association Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted: As law schools slowly recover from the worst legal job market in decades, they are fighting with their main overseer over what exactly counts as a job. Some schools have been paying to place graduates at...

Tax Panels Today At SEALS

The Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2015 Annual Conference continues today in Boca Raton, FL with these tax panels: Workshop on Tax Law Tax Policy What strategies should government use to create tax policy that results in a just result? How can states create tax laws that motivate the kinds...

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: About 85 percent of law students at Califo…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: About 85 percent of law students at California’s unaccredited schools drop out. Which is smart: “Only 20 percent of those who do graduate manage to pass the state bar.”

Law Grad Employment Rate Moves Up, But There’s a Catch

For many law school graduates, it's a tough time to be in the job market. But there are signs it could get better soon. The National Association for Law Placement put out its annual employment figures Thursday, and the big news is that the overall employment rate rose for the first time since 2007, to 86.7% for class of 2014 graduates. That compares to 84.5% the prior year.

Tax Panel Today At SEALS

The Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2015 Annual Conference continues today in Boca Raton, FL with this tax panel: Workshop on Tax Law The United States Tax Court – A Constitutional and Administrative Conundrum The 2014 decision of the DC Circuit in Kuretski has focused attention on the constitutional location...

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