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Coming To A Law School Near You: Law Prof Cubicles?

Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Lawyer Cubicles Are Coming to New York: Here at Law Blog, it’s not often we see a large law firm do something unprecedented when it comes to running its business. But we’re pretty sure Paul Hastings LLP is about to forge new ground when it...

U.S. News Law School Student Debt Rankings

U.S. News & World Report, Which Law School Graduates Have the Most Debt?: SchoolAve. Debt (2014 Grads With Debt)% Grads With Debt 1. Thomas Jefferson $172,445 91% 2. New York Law School $166,622 83% 3. Northwestern $163,065 80% 4. Florida Coastal $162,785 93% 5. American $159,316 83% 6. Vermont $156,713...

NY Times Op-Ed: Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs

New York Times op-ed: Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs, by Steven J. Harper (Adjunct Professor, Northwestern; author, The Lawyer Bubble): Ten months after graduation, only 60 percent of the law school class of 2014 had found full-time long-term jobs that required them to pass the bar exam....

NYLJ Special Report: The New Normal In Law Schools

New York Law Journal Special Law School Report, Arriving At a New Normal: Educating 'Tomorrow's Lawyer' for Digital Success, by Patricia Salkin (Touro) & Jack Graves (Touro) Harness the Experience of Attorneys Returning to the Legal Profession, by Lucia Chiocchio (Cuddy & Feder, Westchester, NY) Rebalancing the Curriculum to Give...

IPSC First Breakout Session, Trademark Registration

4 weeks agoIndustries / Law : 43(B)log

Barton Beebe & Jeanne Fromer, New York University School of Law Is the Frontier Closing?: Registration Rates of Frequently Used Words on the PTO’s Trademark Register Much of TM literature claims that the range of marks is infinite; Qualitex discusses color depletion but treats it as an exception. Show More Summary

Phillips vs. City of New York: Vaccination Exemption Rights

By Patricia Finn, The Health Lawyer In the United States of America we have laws prohibiting experimentation on children which is exactly what is happening with the school immunization program, and California's SB277 mandate signed into law by Gov. Brown...

Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup

Alan Appel (New York Law School), The Government Strikes Back -- New IRS Notice Strengthens Anti-Inversion Rules Shera Avi-Yonah & Reuven S. Avi-Yonah (Michigan), Leveling the Playing Field: The Case for an Education Value Added Tax Beng Goh, Jimmy Lee & Jeffrey Ng, The Inclusion of General Counsel in Top...

Reversing the Decline of the Civil Jury Trial

Plaintiff's lawyer Stephen D. Susman has given $2 million for a first-of-its-kind project at New York University School of Law to research and promote public discussion about the vanishing jury trial.

New York Firm Adopts New Hiring Policy: No Ivy League Grads

It's not hard to find prestigious legal work when you've graduated from a top law school. While the rest of the world's law school grads may struggle to find employment in a slumping legal market, it seems like every Harvard alum is given an honorary Supreme Court clerkship. We're pretty......

Why We Do Not Hire Law School Graduates from the Ivy League Schools

In order to strive to become one of New York's best real estate law firms we do not hire law school graduates from Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Columbia or any of the other traditional highest tier schools. Our hires come from the top of the classes of the second, third or fourth tier law schools. Show More Summary

Congres ignores the major cause of low school achievement

Sent to the New York Times, July 17 In the versions of the education law passed by both houses of congress, annual testing is still required for reading and math, and for science every three years ("Senate Approves a Bill to Revamp ‘No Child Left Behind’," July 16). Show More Summary

Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup

Alan Appel (New York Law School), Structuring Investments by Foreign Persons in U.S. Real Estate Brad Badertscher (Notre Dame), Sharon Katz (Columbia), Sonja Rego (Indiana) & Ryan Wilson (Oregon), Conforming Tax Avoidance and Capital Market Pressure Bruce Bean (Michigan State) & Abbey Farnsworth, The U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act:...

NYC Firm Refuses To Hire Ivy League Law Grads: Top Students From Leser Ranked Schools Are Hungrier, More Ambitious

Huffington Post op-ed: Why We Do Not Hire Law School Graduates from the Ivy League Schools, by Adam Leitman Bailey: In order to strive to become one of New York's best real estate law firms we do not hire law school graduates from Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Columbia or any of...

Brooklyn Law School Offers 15% Tuition Refund For Students Who Don't Find Full-Time Jobs 9 Months After Graduation

New York Times, Brooklyn Law School Offers a Safety Net for New Students: Beginning with students entering this year — whether in two-, three- or four-year programs — Brooklyn Law School is offering to repay 15 percent of total tuition costs to those who have not found full-time jobs nine...

Brooklyn Law School Offers Partial Refund If Grads Don't Find Jobs

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Brooklyn Law School is offering a 15 percent tuition refund to graduates who aren't able to find jobs of their choice within nine months of getting their legal degree. The New York school announced the program, called Bridge to Success, on Monday, and said it will begin with the entering class of 2015. Show More Summary

An Interview with Franklyn Ajaye

Kliph Nesteroff: Your comedy record came out before anybody even knew who you were. Franklyn Ajaye: Well, it was a lot of luck. I started in New York City in 1971 after I dropped out of Columbia law school. I went to the Village. I went to Los Angeles when the Comedy Store was picking up momentum. Show More Summary

AM News: Senate Debates NCLB, New York Drops Pearson

Some states would lose big money with proposed education funding changes Washington Post: Congress’s debate about rewriting the nation’s main education law has featured high-profile disagreements over testing, vouchers and school accountability, but there is another issue that has just as much potential to derail the legislation: Money. Show More Summary

Edgy Truth Interviews Mary Holland, Legal Scholar, on Vaccination Mandates

By Anne Dachel Below is a link to an interview by Mary Kay Elloian with Mary Holland, Research Scholar and Director, Graduate Lawyering Program New York University School of Law and co-author of Vaccine Epidemic, from June on "Edgy Truth."...

Anne Dachel Interviews Legal Scholar Mary Holland on Vaccine Mandates

By Anne Dachel Below is a link to an interview with Mary Holland, Research Scholar and Director, Graduate Lawyering Program New York University School of Law and co-author of Vaccine Epidemic, from June on "Edgy Truth." (Transcription below.) This could...

Unwanted endorsements dept.

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

James (Whitey) Bulger, former Boston crime kingpin: “Advice is a cheap commodity. Some seek it from me about crime. I know only one thing for sure: If you want to make crime pay go to law school.” [New York Times via Paul Caron] Tags: law schools, lawyers Unwanted endorsements dept. is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

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