Trend Results : New York Law School


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 714)

FILTER RESULTS

The LinkedIn For Women Who Have Taken A Career Break

Après is a new job marketplace that is targeted toward moms who want to opt back into their careers. Jennifer Gefsky is an accomplished professional. After graduating from law school, she was recruited by a New York firm and worked there for several years before becoming vice president and deputy general counsel for Major League Baseball. Show More Summary

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Above the Law, Are Average Student Loan Debt Figures Misleading? Above the Law, Are Law Schools Just Liberal Indoctrination Factories? Above the Law, New York’s February Bar Exam Results Reveal Worst Pass Rates In More Than A Decade Eric Adams (Alberta), The Dean Who Went to Law School: Crossing Borders...

Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes:Florida, Texas

Following up on my previous posts on Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes: California D.C./Maryland/Virginia New York Ohio Derek Muller (Pepperdine) blogs legal employment outcomes among Florida's 11 law schools and Texas's 9 law schools: In Florida, there are two big surprises: Florida International (81.0% full-time, long-term, bar passage-required and...

Law School LL.M.s:'Encouraging International Cultural Diversity Or Cynical Method Of Revenue Generation'

Steven J. Harper (Adjunct Professor, Northwestern; author, The Lawyer Bubble), Warm Bodies: Colleges have entered a game that law schools have been playing for years. According to a recent New York Times front page headline, “Colleges Seek Warm Bodies From Overseas.” The title of the online version was equally pointed:...

Let The Donald Trump Political Show Trial Begin!

New York is putting a Donald Trump business venture on trial for "improprieties" that law schools get away with every day.

Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes:Ohio

Following up on my previous posts on Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes: California D.C./Maryland/Virginia New York Derek Muller (Pepperdine) blogs legal employment outcomes among Ohio's 9 law schools: Ohio State (86.9%, only 2 law school funded jobs (LSF)) and Cincinnati (80.7%, 0 LSF) are head and shoulders above the...

NYLJ Special Report:Law Schools

New York Law Journal Special Report: Law Schools: Jeremy Paul (Dean, Northeastern), Ask What the Bar Can Do for Law Schools: "Bar leaders have looked to law schools to get better at producing so-called "practice-ready" graduates. But it is the profession's leaders who are best positioned to partner with law...

Syracuse Law School Exploring Online Degree Program

Syracuse University College of Law in New York is drawing up plans to launch an online law degree program.

Syracuse Law School Seeks Approval For Nation's Second Hybrid Online J.D. Program

Syracuse University Press Release, College of Law Partners With 2U for Juris Doctor Degree Program: The College of Law and 2U today announced a partnership to develop a hybrid juris doctor (J.D.) degree program, pending New York State and American Bar Association approval. “This hybrid program will continue our tradition...

Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes:California

Following up on Sunday's post, Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes: New York And D.C./Maryland/Virginia: Derek Muller (Pepperdine) blogs legal employment outcomes among California's 21 ABA-accredited law schools. Stanford (92.3%, 8 law school funded jobs (LSF)), UCLA (91.3%, 34 LSF), and UC-Berkeley (91.0%, 11 LSF) are head and shoulders above...

Law School Rankings By Employment Outcomes:New York And D.C./Maryland/Virginia

Derek Muller (Pepperdine) has two great posts on visualizing legal employment outcomes among New York's 15 law schools and D.C/Maryland/Virginia's 16 law schools. In New York, Columbia (98.8%, goosed by 31 law school funded jobs (LSF)), NYU (96.7%, 39 LSF), and Cornell (95.5%, 11 LSF) again are head and shoulders...

UC-Berkeley Provost Resigns Amid Controversy Over His Handling Of Sexual Harassment Complaint Against Law School Dean

Following up on my previous posts (links below): New York Times, Provost Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Case at Berkeley: The University of California, Berkeley, announced Friday that Claude Steele, the university’s executive vice chancellor and provost for the past two years, resigned his administrative positions for personal reasons. Mr. Steele’s...

Student’s Lawsuit Against Police: Cop Beat Him With A Baton In School

A high school student in Brooklyn is suing the New York Police Department over a beating he took by a baton-wielding police officer. The incident was caught on cellphone video. Yordy Aragonez, the 18-year-old student, filed the lawsuit against the police on Wednesday in Federal District Court in Brooklyn. Show More Summary

Bankruptcy Judge Offers You Hope: Discharge Your Bar Study Loan

Law students know the refrain all too well: you can't discharge your law school loans. But a recent ruling out of New York Bankruptcy court suggests that at least some bar related debts might be discharged successfully in a Chapter 7. Is that a ray of light on on the......

Assistant Professor Sues Columbia For $20 Million, Says Senior Professor Sabotaged Her Work After She Rejected His Sexual Advances

New York Law Journal, Columbia Professor Accuses Colleague of Sabotaging Her: An assistant professor in Columbia University's business school has filed a sexual harassment suit against the school, alleging that a senior professor sabotaged her work after she rejected his sexual advances and that Columbia refused to take steps to...

NYC schoolgirls to get free tampons under proposed law

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Girls who attend New York City middle and high schools will get free tampons and pads under a new bill that will be introduced on Tuesday.

Disruption Looms For Law Schools

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

The news that law schools are in crisis is not new. From the New York Times to BloombergView and from the American Bar Association to the Pope Center, many have written about the challenges law schools face. Graduates struggle to find jobs as lawyers, which has left many swimming in debt [...]

The game is the game

Life as a senior corporate-side associate at a top New York law firm: My background: Top 5 undergraduate school economics major. Harvard law school. I practice as a very senior corporate associate at a v3 law firm in the city. Standard-issue southern white guy who’s pretty quick on the uptake and extremely good at school […]

NY Times:Law Graduate Gets Her Day In Court, Suing Law School

New York Times, Law Graduate Gets Her Day in Court, Suing Law School: Nearly a decade has passed since an aspiring young lawyer in California, Anna Alaburda, graduated in the top tier of her class, passed the state bar exam and set out to use the law degree she had...

Updated Research Guides From GlobaLex

One of the sources I consult for research guides on international law topics is GlobaLex, the electronic collection created by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law.It recently updated a number of its excellent research guides: A Guide to the U. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC