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.
New Clinic Services Entrepreneurs in Food and Beverage Industry
Pace Law has launched a new clinic that offers free legal services to small- and medium-sized farms, mission-oriented entrepreneurs, and food justice organizations.
Practice in the Academy: Creating “Practice Aware” Law Graduates
Jay Gary Finkelstein, DLA Piper LLP, presents two practical solutions that will enhance traditional doctrinal courses.
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND – Their discussion ranged from the bar exam to finances to the importance of clinics in legal education.Read More about Richmond Law Dean and AALS President-Elect Wendy Perdue and UC Berkeley Law Dean and AALS Board Member Erwin Chemerinsky discuss the state of legal education
ABA JOURNAL – The section’s Standards Review Committee recommends that the council reject the earlier proposal, and consider three options.Read More about ABA’s section on legal education’s Standards Review Committee makes recommendations for admissions test rule
U.S. NEWS – For individuals thinking about applying to law school next year or thereafter, consider these two key changes as you think about when to take the LSAT and whether to retake it.Read More about Aspiring law school applicants should factor LSAT changes into testing strategy