Victims and prosecutors become accustomed to believing that because a case has gone through the trial and appellate process, a correct result must have been reached. However, as we know, that assumpt
Matt Willens of the Willens Law Offices talks to NLJ about his "Anything But Law School" scholarship, which offers $1,000 to a college graduate who goes on to graduate school, but avoids law school
A trio of deans this month launched the first group blog written specifically by law school deans, with the intention of driving the national conversation about legal education
Toyota Motor Corp. has won the first bellwether trial over sudden-acceleration defects after a Los Angeles jury found no design defects caused the death of 66-year-old Noriko Uno, who was driving a 2
National Law Journal
...via Lexis) in the latest edition of the Loyola Law Review, published by Loyola University New Orleans College of Law...
...public comments,’ " said task force member David Yellen, dean of Loyola University Chicago School of Law. The task...
...graduating in 1983. She completed her LL.M. in health law from Loyola University's Institute of Health Law in 1994. In 1982, she...
Senate Democrats and House Repub?licans have held hearings to explore how Congress might fix the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and its newly unconstitutional Section 4, and Attorney General Eric Holder J
Bethelwel Wilson Jr. joins Atkinson Andelson's education law practice. Plus more associate news in this week's column
National Law Journal
The June sitting of the Law School Admission Test traditionally has been the preferred date for the most organized of would-be law students — those who wanted to get a jump on the admissions pr
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