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Top 3 Cool Legal Jobs This Week: Bookworm Attorneys

When everyone else was complaining about the amount of reading in law school, did you secretly think, "Hey, this is awesome?" Where other associates grumble about pecking at their keyboards all day, do you get excited about the prospect of a few more hours of research? Well, you might......

Explaining Marriage Equality to Children

Post submitted by Charles Girard, Coordinator, HRC Welcoming Schools This Sunday marks one year since the Supreme Court of the U.S. declared marriage equality the law of the land. Since then, families and schools across the nation have...Show More Summary

Tax Panel At Today's National Business Law Scholars Conference At University Chicago

Tax panel at today's National Business Law Scholars Conference at the University of Chicago Law School: The Intersection of Business and Tax Law: Ilya Beylin (Columbia), Taxing Fictive Orders: How an Information Forcing Tax Can Reduce Manipulation and Distortion in Financial Product Markets Limor Riza (Carmel Academic Center), Charitable Contributions...

Department Of Education Panel Recommends Suspension Of ABA's Power To Accredit Law Schools Due To Its 'Lack Of Attention To Student Achievement'

In stunning news, the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) voted on Wednesday to recommend that the U.S. Department of Education suspend for one year the ABA's power to accredit new law schools due to the ABA's "lack of attention to student achievement": [T]he panel on Wednesday...

Inside The Weird And Wonderful World Of Instagram Pet Influencers

What does it take to make your pet Internet famous? We took a look at the world of Instagram product endorsements to find out. When Loni Edwards graduated from Harvard Law School, she never imagined her career would involve running a talent agency for Internet-famous pets. Show More Summary

Cuneiform, anyone?

Louisiana just passed a law mandating that all students learn cursive in grades 3 through 12. That’s right – all the way through high school. Not computer science. Cursive… Beth Mizell, the state senator who sponsored the bill, said that she wanted people to have a signature. Perhaps she was so busy sealing her scrolls [...]

Where the White Working Class Went Wrong

J. D. Vance loves his 'hillbilly' tribe—yet hates what they’ve become. I f you met J. D. Vance, you’d have a hard time believing he grew up among the working poor. The former Marine and graduate of Yale Law School works as a biotechShow More Summary

State laws aimed at curbing opioid abuse may not be working for one group with high rates of use

Lebanon, NH -- A new study by researchers from The Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice and UCLA School of Law found state laws aimed at curbing prescription opioid abuse have had no measurable effect on opioid use by a vulnerable population with high rates of use. read more

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law Schools Go Online In Wake Of ‘Marked D…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law Schools Go Online In Wake Of ‘Marked Declines In Enrollment, Revenue And Jobs.’

Debate Continues Over The NY Times Coverage Of The Law School Crisis

Paul Campos (Colorado), Ask the Expert (June 18, 2016) Paul Campos (Colorado), Is “Steve Diamond” a mole for the law school reform movement? (June 19, 2016) Paul Campos (Colorado), Is There Any Defense for Continuing to Federally Fund Bad Law Schools? (June 22, 2016) Paul Campos (Colorado), Opinion Mongering: A...

Tiger's foundation plays special role in student's life

Adrian Arias is a law school student who received help from the Tiger Woods Foundation.        

Afternoon Video: Teaching Tolerance In The Segregated South

"Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks to Maureen Costello of the Southern Poverty Law Center for insight into how Southern schools can move race relations forward."

Bales:75% Of Law School Deans Support Arizona's Use Of GRE As Substitute For LSAT, Not Its Use Of 'Misleading Employment Stats'

Following up on my previous post, 148 Deans Demand LSAC Rescind Threat To Expel University Of Arizona Over Use Of GRE In Law School Admissions: Dean Rick Bales (Ohio Northern) notes that this "does not imply support for the school's advert containing misleading employment statistics."

The struggle to maintain accurate data on the prevalence of opioid abuse

A new study describes the differences in self-reporting of nonmedical opioid use among high school seniors. The results underscore that medical and law enforcement communities may be underestimating opioid use and not just among younger populations.

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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 […]

Law School’s Name Change Sparks Ire, Potential Lawsuit

Just four miles away, there is another law school with a very similar name, and they are pissed.

NY Times:Law Schools Go Online In Wake Of 'Marked Declines In Enrollment, Revenue And Jobs'

New York Times: Law Schools Are Going Online to Reach New Students, by Elizabeth Olson: Law schools, in the face of marked declines in enrollment, revenue and jobs for graduates, are beginning to adopt innovative new ways of delivering legal education. Some law schools are moving away from relying solely...

Jack Fuller, Chicago Tribune editor, publisher and president, dies at 69

In addition to a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism career, Mr. Fuller was a graduate of Yale Law School and the author of eight novels.

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