Little enthusiasm prevails among Texas law school deans for any immediate switch to two-year programs, a possibility that received attention recently when advocated by President Barack Obama, a forme
Recent headlines proclaim that the recent plunge in law school applications means that the crisis in legal education is ending. Don't believe it
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
Rather than a scattershot approach, a successful job search requires serious focus, writes Tom Leatherbury. There are far more effective ways to tackle a job search in today's market than email-blast
...leadership positions, according to data from New York Law School and Ms. JD, a nonprofit organization that supports the advancement of women in the legal...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...labeled 40 percent alcohol by volumethe same as JDs traditional proof. In fact, the only major difference between the...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...Jay Conison wrote an article defending the JD on The Huffington Post titled, "What Is Legal Education Good For...
...potential candidates. Romney, who received a joint JD/MBA from Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, has personally reviewed...
Silvia Hodges, the director of research services of TyMetrix Legal Analytics and an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law, writes: No matter how we slice it, law school graduates toda
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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