TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an updated analysis of the incoming class of law students from admissions consultant Mike Spivey with additional schools included.Read More about Admissions Data At 75% Of The U.S. News Top 50: Higher LSATs, UGPAs, And Enrollment
Balkinization (by Jack Balkin) — Professor Balkin (Yale Law) participates in a panel discussion hosted by the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center at UC Irvine along with Michele Goodwin (UC Irvine Law), and Michael Klarman (Harvard Law). The session was moderated by center director Rick Hasen and explored the protections and limitations of the US….Read More about Is the U.S. Constitution Up to the Task of Preserving American Democracy?
Excess of Democracy (by Derek Muller) — Professor Muller (University of Iowa Law) reports the drop in scores from the recent July administration of the Multistate Bar Exam compared to the 2020 and 2019 administrations, but notes that scores have been fairly consistent over the last seven years.Read More about Multistate Bar Exam scores drop but remain consistent with scores since 2014
TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an upcoming Catholic University Law Review article from Professor Kristen E. Murray (Temple Law) that outlines the role of technology in the modern legal profession and importance of providing meaningful experiences for interactions with technology in the law school curriculum.Read More about Take Note: Teaching Law Students To Be Responsible Stewards Of Technology
Law School Academic Support Blog (by Steven Foster) — Professor Foster (Oklahoma City University Law) shares a call for nominations for the AALS Section on Academic Support’s Legacy in Leadership and Trailblazer awards. Nominations are due on October 25 and the award will be presented at the AALS Annual Meeting.Read More about AALS Section on Academic Support – Call for Award Nominations
Addressing Systemic Racism and Law Enforcement Reform Saying the Quiet Parts Out Loud: Teaching Students How Law School Works
TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares an article by professors Alexa Chew and Rachel Gurvich (University of North Carolina Law) that reflects on efforts to inform students about the various inequities they will observe during their law school experiences.Read More about Addressing Systemic Racism and Law Enforcement Reform Saying the Quiet Parts Out Loud: Teaching Students How Law School Works
Excess of Democracy (by Derek Muller) — Professor Muller (University of Iowa Law) is anticipating a drop in July 2021 bar exam scores in several states because of a variety of factors related to the pandemic.Read More about Early signs point to dropping July 2021 bar exam results