Two law schools are experimenting with refund programs for graduates who don't pass the bar examination after two tries, provided they complete a rigorous set of bar preparation courses beforehand
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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Originally Published: The Recorder
Ninety-one amici met the Aug. 14 deadline to file briefs in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, et al., a high-profile case that will be argued at the U.S. Supreme Court in October
Should the Texas Medical Board distribute prescription pads to all Texans to prescribe their own medication because doctors are expensive? Of course not, writes Jonathan J. Bates. Likewise, the Texas
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