...degree. Another fact is more salient: Overall acceptance rates have increased...
...news item for legal education in August was the Law School Admissions Council...
Recent headlines proclaim that the recent plunge in law school applications means that the crisis in legal education is ending. Don?t believe it
Two years after the first state-by-state breakdowns of annual law graduate and lawyer surpluses revealed just how bleak the legal industry's employment picture had become, revised state government da
Devising new ways to entice unsuspecting young people to enroll in law school doesn't qualify as bringing innovation to legal education
An analysis of U.S. Education Department federal loan volume data shows how rapidly the country's nearly two dozen stand-alone private law schools are absorbing federal Grad PLUS loan dollars
New proposals to reform legal education remain plentiful, and mostly misguided
...Official Law School Guide [ PDF], Rutgers-Newark showed a...
...books: Upon seeing the application figures from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law professor Deborah Jones...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A new report from the New America Foundation criticizes upcoming modifications to the Department of Education's Income-Based Repayment program, but its recommendations for preventing high-income debt
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