Study: Average price of JD programs dropped by six percent from 2010 to 2016

15 October 2018

ABA JOURNAL — Law schools have cut class sizes and offered tuition discounts that lowered the average inflation-adjusted cost of a law degree by 6 percent from 2010 to 2016, according to a new study.

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Law school admissions experts discuss LSAT scoring and test preparation

15 October 2018

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT — Aspiring attorneys who are wondering what their target score should be for the Law School Admission Test should start by looking at admission statistics for the J.D. programs they are interested in, experts suggest.

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Gallup survey: Confidence in U.S. higher education has fallen since 2015

15 October 2018

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Just under half (48 percent) of American adults have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in higher education, according to an analysis being released today by Gallup.

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American Association of University Professors reports 73 percent of college faculty positions are non-tenure track

15 October 2018

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Some 73 percent of all faculty positions are off the tenure track, according to a new analysis of federal data by the American Association of University Professors. While many now work on multiyear contracts, their academic freedom remains of concern.

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Arizona Summit Law teach-out plan with Arizona State University rejected by ABA

15 October 2018

AZ CENTRAL — Arizona Summit Law School’s attempt to have all students finish their law degrees by taking classes at Arizona State University appears to be off after the ABA notified the school that it must develop “individualized plans” for each student to finish their degree.

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University of Virginia Law professors collaborate on new book on comparative international law

15 October 2018

UVA SCHOOL OF LAW —  Faculty at the University of Virginia School of Law collaborated on a recently published book that not only enlightens scholarly understanding of international law, but is among the first to open up the field to comparative study.

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University of Oklahoma Law hosts lecture on law enforcement social media practices

15 October 2018

OU DAILY — A civil liberties expert will speak about law enforcement’s social media surveillance practices as part of the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s 2018 Henry Lecture Series.

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Texas A&M Law celebrates five-year anniversary

15 October 2018

THE BATALLION — With over 400 current students, the Texas A&M University School of Law is celebrating its five-year anniversary with a continued focus on growth for faculty and students.

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New York Law School expands public interest activities

15 October 2018

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL — New York Law School has named Swati Parikh, an award-winning public interest career advisor, as its inaugural Executive Director of Public Service and Pro Bono Initiatives.

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