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Law Students Help Tech Start-Ups Through Internship
Colorado Law has partnered with Bryan Cave LLP and tech company Fathym, Inc. for an internship program in which students who have completed the Tech Lawyer Accelerator Program, work with a start-up organization in its early stages.
INDIANA LAWYER – Judith Areen talked about the future of law schools as the guest speaker for the annual James P. White Lecture on Legal Education at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.Read More about AALS Executive Director Judy Areen addresses challenges facing law schools during talk at Indiana McKinney Law
INSIDE HIGHER EDUCATION – College students who graduated with student loan debt in 2015 left with an average of $30,100 in debt, according to an annual report.Read More about Report: Student loan debt increases slightly for 2015 college graduates
ABA JOURNAL – Mike Sims, president of the test prep group BARBRI Bar Review, told that ABA Journal that more than 30 law schools now pay for their students’ bar review.Read More about More law schools covering bar review costs