Making a Difference
Public service is a core value in legal education and the legal profession. AALS provides the latest public interest related news and information in American law schools.
Public Service Program Supports Delaware Inventors
The Patent Pro Bono Program at Widener University Delaware Law School provides inventors in the state with free legal guidance throughout the patent application process.
How can law schools help address society’s greatest needs?
Peter B. Edelman, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law and Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center, discusses the role law school clinics can play in addressing some of the country’s most pressing matters.
ABA JOURNAL – The proposed revision to Standard 503 calls for the council to establish a process that determines reliability and validity of other tests besides the LSAT.Read More about ABA section on legal education seeks comments on proposal to establish validity process for law school admissions tests
FORBES – While precedent remains a guiding principle in the practice of law, innovation is transforming the models, methods, and players involved in the buy/sell process of legal services.Read More about Legal industry is seeing a growing number of innovations
U.S. NEWS – By carefully weighing your job prospects, looking closely at academic and experiential offerings, and coming up with a savvy payment strategy, you greatly increase the odds of finding the right path for you.Read More about Law school considerations for aspiring lawyers