Law School Class Of 2021 Placement Outcomes: ‘One Of The Strongest On Record’

August 16, 2022

TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — The National Association for Law Placement, Inc. (NALP) today released its Employment for the Class of 2021 — Selected Findings, a synopsis of key findings from the upcoming annual Jobs & JDs: Employment and Salaries of New Law School Graduates. The release of the full Jobs & JDs report….

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The Fall 2022 Law School Admissions Season: Applicants Are Down 12%, The Most Among Whites (-14%) And The Highest LSAT Bands (-14%)

August 8, 2022

TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares fall 2022 admissions data from LSAC showing a decrease in the number of law school applicants compared to last year. 

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Stephen Carter on the Bar Exam

August 8, 2022

Law School Café (by Deborah J. Merritt) — Professor Merritt (Ohio State University Law) shares her thoughts on a critique of the bar exam written by Stephen Carter (Yale Law). 

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Submission Guide for Law Review Online Companions

August 8, 2022

The Faculty Lounge (by Bridget Crawford) — Professor Crawford (Pace Law) shares her updated guide to submitting shorter pieces for law journal online companions.     

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ALI Elects 60 New Members

August 8, 2022

The Faculty Lounge (by Bridget Crawford) — Professor Crawford (Pace Law) shares a list of the newly elected American Law Institute members.  

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Academic Law Libraries And Scholarship: Communication, Publishing, And Ranking

August 8, 2022

TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares a Journal of Law and Education article by Dana Neacsu (Columbia Law) and James Donovan (University of Kentucky Law) predicts that law school libraries will play an important part in law school status as more people look for scholarly impact.  

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Data Visualization Tools to Pump Up That Law Review Article?

August 8, 2022

The Faculty Lounge (by Bridget Crawford) — Professor Crawford (Pace Law) shares ways to add data visualization graphics to law review articles in order to improve search engine optimization.  

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Call for Nominations: AALS Section on Federal Courts

August 8, 2022

PrawfsBlawg (by Howard Wasserman) — Professor Wasserman (Florida International University Law) shares a call for nominations for the AALS Section on Federal Courts annual award recognizing excellence in scholarship in the field. 

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Crawford: The Bar Exam, Menstruation, And Unconstitutional Tampon Bans

August 8, 2022

TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares a Columbia Journal of Gender and Lawessay by Bridget Crawford (Pace Law) explaining how bar exam restrictions on carrying in menstrual products are unconstitutional. 

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Ancillary Skills And Law School Success

August 8, 2022

TaxProf Blog (by Paul Caron) — Dean Caron (Pepperdine Law) shares a The Second Draft article by Michael D. O. Rusco (Southern University Law Center) explaining how ancillary skills are pivotal to a law student’s success.  

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