Here are some highlights of the controversies that raged on the NLJ's opinion pages during 2013
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...is comfortable with the new direction. Deborah Post, associate dean at the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center who observed the council proceedings in...
...College of Law in July announced its own program. In April, the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center unveiled a new 3+3 program...
It seems probable that there have been bystanders with guns present at mass shootings who didn't stop them
The third year of law school has long been a punching bag for critics who argue it's a waste of time and drives up the costs of a law degree, but there have been few serious attempts to do anything a
...Law and both law schools associated with Rutgers University. At Touro College Jacob D. Fuchberg Law Center, also a consortium member, it wasn...
Courthouses, law firms and schools in Lower Manhattan and New Jersey remained shut down, without power and water in many locations. But elsewhere in the city and region, workers made it to their offi
Some law schools recognize their duty to help students cope with legal education's unique challenges
...they defer for a year. But Thomas Rozinski, a prelaw adviser at Touro College, saw something completely different this year when a student with a...
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