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The Temperature Rises In Law School Crisis Debate

Deborah Jones Merritt (Ohio State), Clueless About Salary Stats (Apr. 11, 2015) Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Offsetting Biases (Apr. 11, 2015) Paul Campos (Colorado), The First Rule of Law School Employment Statistics (Apr. 13, 2015) Stephen Diamond (Santa Clara), The Elephant in the Room Spooks Colorado Law’s Paul Campos (Apr....

Jordan Washington to Iona

5 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Jordan Washington, a 6-foot-8, 275-pound forward from Queens, committed to Iona on Monday. Washington, a sophomore at Indian Hills Community College, chose the Gaels over Seton Hall, Oregon State, Western Kentucky and Northern Illinois. He will have two years of eligibility remaining. “I just want to put on my for my city, that’s all,” he said of […]

Diallo, Diarra Add Seton Hall, VCU, St. John’s, Dayton Offers

6 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

The Putnam (Conn.) Science Academy duo of Hamidou Diallo and Mamadou Diarra are adding offers at a fast and furious pace. Seton Hall and VCU both offered the 6-4 Diallo (pictured), a 2017 shooting guard ranked No. 38 in that class by Rivals. He previously held offers from St. John’s, Providence, UConn and Minnesota, among others. “Hamidou has […]

Viewing Picks for April 12, 2015

All Times Eastern College Baseball South Carolina at Florida — SEC Network, noon Purdue at Illinois — Big Ten Network, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Navy — CBS Sports Network, 1 p.m. Florida State at Notre Dame — ESPN3, 1 p.m. Seton Hall at St. Show More Summary

Former Seton Hall, Illinois guard to finish career at Western Kentucky

Cosby averaged 7.8 points per game in 19 appearances for Illinois last season before leaving the program in February.

Simkovic: The Choice Of Whether Or Not To Go To Law School -- Compared To What?

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Compared to What?: The choice of whether or not to go to law school is always a choice between law school and the next best alternative. College graduates do not vanish from the face of the earth if they choose not to go to law school....

Law School Ethics

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), What “Employment” and “Unemployment” Mean: Recently, two criticisms have been leveled against law schools. The first is an economic critique—law school is not worth it financially compared to a terminal bachelor’s degree. This critique is incorrect for the overwhelming majority of law school graduates. The second...

Grant Funded Legal Research

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Grant Funded Research: Paul Campos of the University of Colorado is once again confused by my research with Frank McIntyre. This time, the source of Professor Campos’s confusion is not present value calculations, but rather grant funding. The Economic Value of a Law Degree was not...

The Growth in Lawyer Employment

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), The Absence of Evidence for Structural Change: Growth in Lawyer Employment and Earnings: There have been a lot of doom-and-gloom reports about layoffs and collapsing job opportunities for lawyers. As we’ve noted before, the relevant question for valuing legal education is the boost to earnings from...

Recruiting Roundup: Jaren Sina to Visit South Carolina; Ben Howland Meeting With Malik Newman, Ray Kasongo

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina will take an official visit to South Carolina beginning Friday, he told SNY.tv. “[The] biggest thing is that they know I’ve played at a high level and played significant minutes,” Sina said. “I can bring a certain leadership to their program. They also need a shooter, someone who can run the point […]

Seton Hall Transfer Jaren Sina Still Considering Options

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina has not cut his list and is still considering several options, he and his father told SNY.tv. “I’m still wide open in my process,” Sina told SNY.tv by text. He said Michigan, Stanford and Boston College “are three schools I’m still considering.” He also listed South Carolina, Binghamton, George Washington, Rhode […]

Myles Carter to Seton Hall

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Seton Hall landed its third commitment in the Class of 2015 on Monday when Myles Carter, a 6-foot-9, 230-pound forward from Chicago (IL) St. Rita committed to the Pirates. Carter is a teammate of Kentucky-signee Charles Matthews and plays for legendary coach Gary DeCesare. “It just felt like a second home to me,” Carter told […]

The Bang-for-Buck Bracket

You may recall that on Monday Seton Hall University's Robert Kelchen published his third annual NCAA basketball tournament bracket showing how the schools would do if they were competing over...

Symposium: Legal Education Looking Forward

Symposium, Legal Education Looking Forward, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 967-1129 (2014) (blogged here): Paula A. Franzese (Seton Hall), Law Teaching for the Conceptual Age, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 967 (2014) Nora V. Demleitner (Dean, Washington & Lee), Curricular Limitations, Cost Pressures, and Stratification in Legal Education: Are Bold...

Brown: Law School Without Borders

Following up on her op-ed in last Monday's Washington Post, Law Schools Are in a Death Spiral: Dorothy Brown (Vice Provost and Professor of Law, Emory), Law School Without Borders, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1050 (2014): Now that the music has stopped, instead of law schools having more people...

Big East Tournament 2015: Quarterfinals Schedule, Live Stream, Bracket Picks

The 2015 Big East tournament didn't exactly get off to a nail-biting start, as two blowouts comprised the first round of action. Marquette opened the conference tournament with a 78-56 victory over Seton Hall thanks to a brilliant 26-point performance from guard Matt Carlino. Show More Summary

Big East Tournament 2015: Bracket, schedule and scores

Potential Villanova and Seton Hall's 2014 quarterfinal, DePaul hanging out and more fun from Madison Square Garden For much of the Big East regular season, barring two games, it's been Villanova and then the rest of the field. The Wildcats closed 2015 with their second consecutive regular season title. Show More Summary

McIntyre & Simkovic: Lifetime Value of Law Degree Drops Only $30k For Those Who Graduate Into a Poor Economy

Frank McIntyre (Rutgers) & Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Timing Law School: We investigate whether economic conditions at labor market entry have persistent effects on law graduate earnings. We find that unemployment levels at graduation continue to affect law earnings premiums within 4 years after graduation. For law graduates entering the...

Georgetown and Seton Hall Honor Sidelined Hoya Tyler Adams (Video)

The college basketball regular season is all but over, and with it go many careers of graduating players. In the case of Georgetown‘s Tyler Adams, the closing moments of his career provided some validation for what he’s been through since enrolling. Just four games into his freshman year, Tyler Adams was sidelined with a heart condition […]

Georgetown Honors Senior Tyler Adams with Start and First Bucket vs. Seton Hall

Georgetown senior Tyler Adams' time with the Hoyas is coming to an end, and head coach John Thompson III made sure he'd go out on a high note Saturday. Four games into his career, Adams was diagnosed with a heart condition which effectively ended his playing days. Show More Summary

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