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The Teachers of the New York City Public Schools Need Your Help

Governor Cuomo has proposed major changes to teacher evaluations in New York State. We want to let you know, from a teacher's perspective, the changes this law could bring to public schools -- and to our profession -- if it passes. 50% of a teacher's rating will be based on state test scores. Show More Summary

"Unemployment and Shorter Hours" -- Howard G. Foster

The following hypothetical example was developed by Howard G. Foster -- then a teaching assistant at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell -- and published in the April, 1966 Labor Law Journal. It can best be understood as a direct reply to arguments in the pamphlet, The Shorter Workweek by Marcia L. Show More Summary

February 19 roundup

Sheldon Silver’s law firm reportedly loses its special status in courts [New York Post] “Ex-congresswoman could get payout from court tied to Silver” [same; former Rep. Carolyn McCarthy] “High School Teacher With Fear of Young Children...Show More Summary

TaxProf Blog Weekend Roundup

Saturday: America’s New Aristocracy: The Hereditary Meritocracy New York Law School Launches 2-Year JD at 2/3 the Cost, With Guaranteed Post-Graduate Fellowship Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup The IRS Scandal, Day 646 Sunday: Citi: Law Firm Revenues, Profits Up Sharply in 2014, With More to Come in 2015 Huang & Rosen:...

New York Law School Launches 2-Year JD at 2/3 the Cost

Crain's New York, New York Law School Launches 2-Year Degree: With the launch of its honors program, New York Law students can receive a degree in two years instead of the typical three, and pay two-thirds of the $147,720 they would normally pay for a three-year degree program.

NY Times: Law Schools Deploy 'Business Boot Camps' to Better Equip Students for Today's Challenging Job Market

New York Times, Law Students Leave Torts Behind (for a Bit) and Tackle Accounting: A group of 170 Brooklyn Law School students cut short their winter break and headed back to campus in January for an intensive three-day training session. But not in the law. Instead, they spent the “boot...

New York Law School launches 2-year degree

Aspiring lawyers attending New York Law School can now step up to the bar in record time. With the launch of its honors program, New York Law students can receive a degree in two years instead of the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Gary Null Show: Legal Scholar Mary Holland Responds to Dr. Paul Offit's Vaccine Stance

From The Gary Null Radio Program 2/6/15. First Guest: Prof. Mary Holland Prof. Mary Holland is a Director of the Graduate Legal Skills Program at New York University School of Law, specializing in international human rights, public law and vaccine...

Death of Robert Anthoine

New York Times Obituary: Robert Anthoine -- renowned tax and arts law expert and enthusiastic supporter of the arts, died on January 23, 2015 after a brief illness.... He graduated from Columbia Law School in 1949 and returned there to teach in 1952. In 1963, he joined Winthrop, Stimson,...

On the Anniversary of FDR's Birth, Read His 15 Greatest Quotes

On January 30, 1882 Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born at his parents' home in Hyde Park, New York. James and Sara's only child would ultimately graduate from Harvard and Columbia Law School, marry Eleanor Roosevelt and have six children. Show More Summary

10 Things Lawyers, Law Students Can Do on a Snow Day

Well, it's "Snowmageddon" on the East Coast as a nor'easter batters much of the region with high winds and heavy snowfall. Though blizzard warnings have now been lifted for New York and New Jersey, according to CNN, many schools and offices throughout New England are closed. For many people, it's......

Cutbacks Are Looming for Law School Income-Based Repayment Programs

Following up on this morning's post, NY Times: Has IBR Solved the Student Loan Crisis?: New York Times, A Quiet Revolution in Helping Lift the Burden of Student Debt: The change in college financing has a potentially serious drawback when it comes to college pricing. Income-based repayment programs in Australia...

State and city pols push to close charter school loophole

State and city pols are mounting a legislative push to tighten laws surrounding the locations of new charter schools in New York City.

Christie's top Port Authority appointee leaves for NYU job

Christie's top appointee at the Port Authority is leaving to take a new job at New York University Law school.

Lisan Goines: Steve Kroft’s Alleged Mistress

Lisan Goines, a graduate of Harvard Law School, is the name identified as the mistress of 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft, the International Business Times recently reported. IBT reports that the New York Post also identified and reported on Lisan Goines being involved in an affair with Kroft. Show More Summary

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: New York Law Schools Suffer Large (21%) En…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: New York Law Schools Suffer Large (21%) Enrollment Declines.

New York Law Schools Suffer Large (21%) Enrollment Declines

New York Law Journal, NY Law Schools Mirror Nationwide Drop in Enrollment: Law school enrollment fell for the fourth straight year in 2014, according to figures released earlier this month by the ABA. Nationwide, the number of first-year students who showed up on law campuses this fall declined by 4.4...

Experiential Education and Our Divided Campuses

Margaret Reuter (Indiana) & Joanne M. Ingham (New York Law School), Experiential Education and Our Divided Campuses: The Carnegie education masters, legal employers, and the ABA have appealed for more experiential teaching in law schools. The time is now; every school will soon have to provide at least 6 credits...

Columbia law school and “existential worry”

(Paul Mirengoff) I thought I had covered every angle of interest to me in the story about Columbia law school postponing the exams of law students “traumatized” by two grand jury no-bills. But the New York Times article that John linked to prompts an additional line of thought. Show More Summary

Columbia Law School Delays Exams To Allow Students To Overcome The “Trauma” of Ferguson and New York Decisions

3 months agoNews : Jonathan Turley

Columbia Law School has decided to delay exams for law students to overcome “trauma” of Ferguson, Garner decisions. It is the first such delay of exams for such decisions that I have seen at a law school and it has attracted criticism from both academics and lawyers as a poor preparation for real life as […]

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