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Largest Canadian School System Will End Class Trips to U.S. Because of Travel Ban Uncertainty

This is what happens when you have laws that target people arbitrarily, rules that are administered unevenly and often treat people unfairly—people stop coming. Not terrorists, not criminals, normal people stop coming. School children. Show More Summary

Want To Buy A Law School On The Cheap? InfiLaw Has A Deal For You

ABA Journal, Can InfiLaw Schools Be Had on the Cheap, and Would They Be Worth It?: Sterling Partners may be unloading all three of its for-profit InfiLaw System schools, say some consultants after the announcement that Charlotte School of Law, which is currently on probation for being out of compliance...

Arkansas law may allow concealed guns on college campuses

A new law signed on Wednesday will allow concealed handguns on the premises of state schools - including sporting events.        

Anthony Kronman, The Sage of Yale Law School: 'A Born-Again Pagan'

The New Yorker, The Sage of Yale Law: Anthony Kronman, age seventy-one, may be the world’s most fulfilled man. A professor at Yale Law School for thirty-eight years, he has a happy marriage and four children. He swims a mile every day and is an expert fisherman with rod and...

Sign here: Mississippi cursive mandate heads to governor

A bill to reinforce requirements that cursive writing be taught in Mississippi's public schools needs only Gov. Phil Bryant's signature to become law. Senators Thursday agreed with changes made by … Click to Continue »

Registration is Open! Don’t Miss ISEA 2017

The William & Mary Law School Institute of Special Education Advocacy 2017 is presenting a five-day training program in special education advocacy. 22 sessions on applicable laws, ethics, best practices Continue Reading ?

ANOTHER DEAN BITES THE DUST: Provost Removes Cincinnati Law School Dean Less Than Two Years Into He…

ANOTHER DEAN BITES THE DUST: Provost Removes Cincinnati Law School Dean Less Than Two Years Into Her Five-Year Term. This supports my theory that there was more going on than a few faculty in a snit over travel paperwork, though I don’t know exactly what.

Provost Removes Cincinnati Law School Dean Less Than Two Years Into Her Five-Year Term

Following up on my previous posts: Jennifer Bard Named Dean at Cincinnati (Mar. 4, 2015) Cincinnati Law School Dean Under Fire From Faculty: Ouster, Vote Of No Confidence Discussed As Provost Unveils 6-Month Plan To 'Restore Mutual Trust And Respect' And Dean Lawyers Up (Mar. 20, 2017) Cincinnati Dean Says...

SCOTUS Tosses 10th's Special Education Standard

The Supreme Court unanimously rejected the Tenth Circuit's interpretation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act on Wednesday. That law requires schools to provide disabled students with a free and appropriate public education, or FAPE. But to meet that standard, the Tenth had ruled, schools must confer an educational......

Penn researchers call for better laws covering patient incentives to improve care

(University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine) Current federal anti-kickback laws prohibit pharmaceutical companies and providers from bribing patients to seek their goods and services. Unfortunately, the laws also prevent hospitals...Show More Summary

Charlotte Plans To Go Non-Profit While Still Paying Profits To InfiLaw Or Something

The troubled law school plans to partner with "a northeastern university." Any guesses?

Dean Increases Rankings, Drama At Law School

You'd think that raising a law school's U.S. News ranking 22 spots would some give job security to a law dean.

Walker approval rating at 45 percent in new poll

Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating is at 45 percent, little moved from where it sat in October. The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday showed that 45 percent of … Click to Continue »

Most Expensive Law Schools in 2017

Did you ever want something really expensive, you just had to have it no matter how much it cost? Like buying a new car, you bit the bullet, made the first payment and drove off without looking back. It didn't matter how much it actually cost -- interest payments,......

Trump Labor nominee Acosta frustrates Democrats by dodging questions at confirmation hearing

President Donald Trump’s second nominee for Labor secretary, law school dean R. Alexander Acosta, frustrated Democrats at his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday by dodging questions about how he would handle some key workplace rules enacted by the Obama administration. But Acosta, a former Justice...

Poll finds no consensus on Wisconsin roads funding

A new poll finds Wisconsin residents are divided over how to pay for roads in the state. The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday shows that 44 percent of … Click to Continue »

Kentucky governor signs charter schools bill

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has signed a law to allow charter schools in Kentucky. Records show Bevin signed House bill 520 on Tuesday. The law allows local school boards and … Click to Continue »

Majority of Wisconsin voters want to keep health care law

A majority of Wisconsin voters surveyed in a new poll say they want to keep the current national health care law in some form. The Marquette University Law School poll … Click to Continue »

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