ABA section on legal education to vote on ending law school admissions testing requirement 

November 21, 2022

REUTERS — Capping years of debate and a deluge of public comments, the American Bar Association is poised to do away with its longtime requirement that law schools use standardized admissions tests such as the Law School Admission Test. The ABA’s Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar is scheduled

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The incredible shrinking future of college

November 21, 2022

VOX — The population of college-age Americans is about to crash. It will change higher education forever. In four years, the number of students graduating from high schools across the country will begin a sudden and precipitous decline, due to a rolling demographic aftershock of the Great Recession. 

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A look at five different law degrees available in the US

November 21, 2022

FORBES ADVISOR — This article discusses five types of law degrees and popular career options for graduates. Whether you plan to become a lawyer or work in another career requiring legal knowledge, consider one of these degrees to help you reach your goals.

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Advice on taking the LSAT

November 21, 2022

FORBES ADVISOR — The Law School Admission Test (LSAT)®, the most common standardized test for law school, tests logical thinking, argumentation and exceptional reading ability. If you plan to take the LSAT, knowing the ins and outs of the test is the first step to getting the score you want. An above-average LSAT score can

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BYU Law dean of admissions Anthony Grover offers advice to law school applicants

November 21, 2022

THE DAILY UNIVERSE — BYU Law School Dean of Admissions Anthony Grover advised pre-law students to present themselves well on their law school applications. According to the Law School Admission Council, students who wish to be considered for admission must prepare applications, take the LSAT, submit letters of recommendation and more.

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Advice on attending law school while being a parent

November 21, 2022

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT — It’s never too late to apply to law school. Law schools appreciate older applicants for their life experience and well-defined career goals. Older law students are often more focused, independent and resourceful. Many older applicants come to law school with substantial work experience, seeking to build a second career. Others may be approaching

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How prospective students navigate the law school application process

November 21, 2022

YALE NEWS — The number of people who applied to law school nation-wide increasedby around 13 percent in 2021, making it the biggest surge in applicants since 2002. But at Yale College, pre-law students report feeling somewhat lost in their application journeys. The News spoke with a range of prospective law students who noted — for better

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Stacy Leeds named as dean of Arizona State University Law

November 17, 2022

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR COLLEGE OF LAW — After over a year of searching the candidate that was chosen was already part of ASU’s academic community — Stacy Leeds. The experienced leader and renowned legal scholar joined ASU in 2021, as Foundation Professor of Law and Leadership at ASU, where she teaches in

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BYU Law unveils Global Business Law Program

November 17, 2022

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, J. REUBEN CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Brigham Young University Law announced the establishment of its Global Business Law Program, further establishing the school’s international foothold. This new program will act as an umbrella for BYU Law’s annual Winter Deals Conference, Global Law Seminars and the New York Deals and Palo Alto Startups

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Brooklyn Law to host sports law symposium

November 17, 2022

BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL — Brooklyn Law School hosted its second annual Sports Law Symposium moderated in part by professor Jodi Balsam. The theme of this year’s symposium was “Sports Intellectual Property in a Time of Disruption” and it was hosted by BLS’ Brooklyn Entertainment & Sports Law Society (BESLS) and the Intellectual Property Law Association.

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