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Creationist Eric Hovind Preached Creationism at a Georgia Public School This Week and We Have Proof

If you're doing something that is arguably a violation of the law, why would you flaunt it on Facebook?Creationist Eric Hovind posted this on his page earlier this week: Hovind was invited to a public school (!) to teaching "critical thinking" (?!?!)... Show More Summary


HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Brooklyn Law School Dean Calls For Audit of Multistate Bar Exam. I can’t help but notice that the widespread decanal dissatisfaction with bar examiners has only appeared since schools started having to reach down into applicant pools to fill seats....

Civil Rights Laws Suspended for Tens of Thousands of NYC Charter Chain Gang Kids

Advocates for Children has released a new report detailing NYC charter operators' wholesale violations of state and federal laws governing the treatment of children in school. This will come as no surprise for those who have worked in the "no excuses" testing camps or for parents whose children have mistreated there. Show More Summary

Dolly Decorator, or: How to Lobby for Laws That Bully Your Competition

The class bully is an archetype of American childhood. Maybe he was the biggest kid in the fifth grade. Maybe she cut class and stole lunch money. Today, school bullies are more skilled in the digital art of mental abuse, using venues...Show More Summary

Brooklyn Law School Dean Calls For Audit of MBE

National Law Journal op-ed: Too Much Power Rests with the National Conference of Bar Examiners, Nicholas W. Allard (Dean, Brooklyn): Trying to improve the broken bar-exam system for licensing lawyers has been for too long like tilting at windmills while singing “The Impossible Dream.” There is a disconnection between what...

Schools must address the financial costs of sexual violence

Sexual violence costs. And under civil rights law, colleges and universities are obligated to address it. Title IX — the 1972 law that mandates schools remove gender-based barriers to education — requires colleges and universities to address the financial barriers to educational access that violence creates. That means that if you’re a survivor of sexual violence […]

From The Career Files: Should You Re-Apply To Law School?

22 hours agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

As this cycle’s law school applicants decide where to place their deposits, negotiate scholarships, and fight their way off waiting lists, there is undoubtedly a small group that will decide to wait and reapply this fall.

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Charleston Post and Courier, Former Dean Blasts Charleston School of Law Owners Over InfiLaw Sale Cooley Law School Blog, Lawyer Employment Jumps By 40,000 in 2014! Kristina Foehrkolb, & Marc DeSimone, Debunking the Myths Surrounding Student Scholarly Writing, 74 Md. L. Rev. 169 (2014) Richard Gershon (Dean, Mississippi), Lucre, Malice...

Augustine Wine Bar chef Evan Algorri

Evan Algorri, chef at the new Augustine Wine Bar in Sherman Oaks, really only saw two choices when he graduated from Chico State. Go to law school or go to culinary school. So he quit his job at a law firm in downtown L.A. and moved to New York City to attend the French Culinary Institute.

Going on Hiatus

Just a note that I will be posting far less frequently until after April. I am heading into my final exams for law school, and I have three trips booked, with almost no rest time (Las Vegas, California, and Australia). I will still try to post major deals, however, don’t expect any analytical posts until […] The post Going on Hiatus appeared first on Don't Call the Airline!.

JPMorgan Analyst: ‘2014 a Historic Year for Investment in Renewables’

Energy Finance 2015, a four-day training program for environmental advocates and attorneys, convened last week at the NYU School of Law. On day two, Paul Coster, lead alternative-energy analyst for JPMorgan Chase, made headlines by saying, “2014 was a historic year for investments for renewables.”

A parent's worst nightmare? Bellator's Guilherme Viana chose MMA over law school

Bellator 135 represents the most significant fight of Guilherme Viana’s career. Why? Because it help him gain a clearer realization of whether his many sacrifices made to reach this point were worth it.Filed under: Bellator, News

Tributes to Leon Gabinet

Tax Prof Leon Gabinet retired last Spring at age 87 after 46 years on the Case Western Law School faculty: Born in Poland, Gabinet moved with his family to Chicago as a boy. After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, he received his bachelor's and law degrees...

FACT CHECK: Myths in the political roar over Common Core

Do the learning standards really mean the federal government is serving as a "national school board," as Sen. Marco Rubio says? [...] there's no federal law — or even federal program — to repeal. [...] the 2016 GOP presidential prospects...Show More Summary

Non-Sequiturs: 03.26.15

WMU Cooley Law School wants you to know the legal job market is BOOMING! Never change, Cooley. [Cooley Law School Blog] The NCAA expressed its concerns with Indiana's new religious discrimination bill. Somehow the NCAA has the moral high ground. Show More Summary

California loosen sex offender residency rules

California officials announced Thursday the state will stop enforcing a key provision of a voter-approved law that prohibits all registered sex offenders from living near schools.

No Resting On Your Laurels

At small firms, no ones cares what grades you got in law school. No one cares if you were on a journal. Few people even care where you went to school.

Alma Mater Of Sodomite Suppression Act Author Declines To Condemn Referendum

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Christian activist Matt McLaughlin, author of the Sodomite Suppression Act, graduated from law school at Virginia's George Mason University. Today the Washington Post published their reaction: Emails to various members of the Mason community...Show More Summary

#ThrowBackThursday: Ted Cruz, Bush supporter, thespian, closet liberal?

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Check out this photo of Ted Cruz checking off George W. Bush’s win in the Texas governor’s race in 1994. Cruz was then a student at Harvard Law School. But what you may not know is that Cruz was a thespian. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen! During his first year at Harvard Law, Cruz was in...

Gender Disparities in Law School Participation Remain

Harvard Law Record, Gender Disparities in Law School Participation Remain: Gender disparities in law school performance remain pervasive at even the most elite schools. Studies evaluating grades from the past two decades at both Stanford (2001-2012) and Yale (1995-96, 1997) Law Schools found that women receive lower grades and, at...

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