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The Top 25 Law Schools For Black Students (2019)

If you're a black student searching for a law school where you'll be truly valued for who you are as a person, look no further.
Tags: Law Schools, Black Law Students, Law Students, Lawyers of Color, Minority Issues


The Best Law Schools For Tax Law (2020)

A ranking for what may be considered one of the most prestigious and sophisticated practice areas.
Tags: Law, Rankings, Law Schools, Tax Law, Law Students, U.S. News 2020 Law School Rankings


Your Interview Is Over: Now What?

Thank you notes are a must. Here's some advice on how to handle them.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Thank You Notes, Career Services, Law Students, Interview Advice, 1Ls, Nicholas Alexiou


18 Hot Tech Jobs For Law School Graduates

Tech-related jobs abound in this brave new legal landscape.
Tags: Technology, Law, Law Schools, Job Searches, Law Students, Hot Tech Jobs For Law School Graduates


The Reason Why Competition To Get Into Top Law Schools Is So Stiff

It's all about the jobs and the high salaries at the other end of the degree.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Quote Of The Day, Law Students, Nora Demleitner


The Law Schools With The Highest LSAT Scores (2019)

Plus, the law schools with the lowest LSAT scores.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, LSAT, Law Students


Law School’s Revolutionary ‘Third Year Anywhere’ Program Is Just What Legal Education Needs

Finish law school anywhere on earth while gaining hands-on practice experience? Yes, please!
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Law Schools, Washburn University School of Law, Job Searches, Law Students, 3Ls, Third Year Anywhere




Biglaw Offer Rates For Law School Student Recruitment Reaches Historic Highs

These figures are even better than rates measured before the recession.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Biglaw, Job Searches, Law Students, James Leipold, National Association for Law Placement (NALP, Offer Rates


The OFFICIAL 2020 U.S. News Law School Rankings Are Here

Did Rutgers and the Penn State schools get ranked? And just how screwed are law grads with high debt and low job prospects?
Tags: Law, Rankings, Law Schools, Penn State, Rutgers, Law Students, U S News Law School Rankings, U.S. News 2020 Law School Rankings


What The Future May Hold For Legal Recruiting

Where do we stand with the loss of the NALP Recruiting Guidelines?
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Career Services, Law Students, Nicholas Alexiou, NALP Recruiting Guidelines


Uh-Oh! T14 Law School Email Screw-Up Reveals Grades, Application Decisions For All LLM Candidates

This is quite the accidental data dump. Which law school did it?
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Data Breaches, University of Chicago Law School, Law Students, LLMs


Law School In Crisis May Be First To Close Its Doors Mid-Semester

Meanwhile, students are suffering without access to student loan funds.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Law Students, Argosy University, Law School Closures, Western State College of Law at Argosy University, Receiverships


California Bar Pleased With Initial Results From Program To Help Exam Takers Handle Stress

Test takers who took advantage of the program performed much better on the bar exam than those who did not participate.
Tags: Law, California, Law Schools, Health & Wellness, State Bar of California, Law Students, Bar Exams, Lyle Moran


The LEAKED 2020 U.S. News Law School Rankings Are Here

A change in the T14 and some of the largest rankings tumbles and gains.
Tags: Law, Rankings, Law Schools, Law Students, Law School Rankings, U S News Law School Rankings, U.S. News 2020 Law School Rankings


Morning Docket: 03.06.19

* Happy birthday, Your Honor! More than a thousand of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's fans signed up to plank on the steps of the Supreme Court for her 86th birthday on March 15. Do you love the RBG enough to plank for justice? [Washingtonian] * Allison Jones Rushing, a Williams & Connolly litigation partner, was confirmed to the Fourth Circuit in a vote of 53-43. Rushing is now one of the youngest federal appeals judges to be appointed by President Trump. [National Law Journal] * According to a new pol...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, California, Kanye West, Student Loans, Donald Trump, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Law Schools, American Bar Association, Cnbc, Trump, Insider Trading, Cohen, Fourth Circuit, Michael Cohen


A Grandmotherly Discussion Of Studying

Patience and thinking. Sounds like simple advice, but just you try following through with it.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Studying, Law Students, LawProfBlawg


The Law School Students Who Help Pay Their Peers’ Tuition

Students paying full sticker price to go to law school are really quite charitable.
Tags: Law, Tuition, Law Schools, Scholarships, Trivia Question of the Day, Law Students


Alleged Law Student Arrested On Grand Larceny Charges

Somebody doesn't seem to know how law school works.
Tags: Crime, Law, Law Schools, Law Students, Elizabeth Yadgarova


It’s A Law School Party And You Are Invited

Admitted student receptions can be an extremely valuable tool for making one of the most important decisions of a lawyer’s life.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Career Services, Law Students, Nicholas Alexiou, Admitted Students Receptions, Law School Party


Morning Docket: 03.01.19

* Reps. Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows have referred Michael Cohen to the Justice Department, claiming that they have evidence that Trump’s former fixer “committed perjury and knowingly made false statements“ during his testimony before the House Oversight Committee. [CNN] * Meanwhile, thanks to Cohen’s testimony, Allen Weisselberg, the longtime chief financial officer of the Trump Organization who has already been granted immunity by SDNY prosecutors, will be called to testify before the House In...
Tags: Law, Time Warner, Senate, Nbc News, Copyright, AT&T, Antitrust, Cbs, Pornography, Department Of Justice, House Intelligence Committee, Cyberstalking, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Law Schools, Biglaw


Morning Docket: 02.27.19

* Cooley Law's most infamous graduate goes down: Following his guilty pleas on federal felony charges -- some of which were allegedly related to his work for Donald Trump -- Michael Cohen has been disbarred. [New York Law Journal] * Meanwhile, Michael Cohen is going to be testifying today before the House Oversight Committee, and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL 1st District) allegedly took it upon himself to tamper with the witness via tweet. [Tampa Bay Times] * Here’s Michael Cohen’s opening statement,...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Police, Senate, Virginia, Russia, Religion, America, United States, New York Times, House Of Representatives, Donald Trump, Law Schools, Legal Ethics, Cnbc, Trump




Professor, Can You Just Give Me A Straight Answer?

No matter what area of the law you find yourself in, rarely will 'straight answers' exist.
Tags: Law, Advice, Law Schools, In-House Counsel, Law Students, Law Professors, Stephen R. Williams


Law Students Have Flawed Perceptions About What It’s Like To Practice Law

The actua practice of law is a lot different -- and a lot less intriguing -- than most law students might believe.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Law Students, Law Practice, Jordan Rothman


Tales From An Unsuspecting T14 1L: Problematic Professors

The professors who purport to be allies have done the most damage to students with marginalized backgrounds. Will it get better?
Tags: Politics, Law, Conservatives, Democrats, Law Schools, Earl Grey, Law Students, Law Professors, 1Ls


Advice Columnist Tells Pre-Law Student He’s Too Moronic For Law School

He already failed out of law school. Should he apply again?
Tags: Law, Law School, Law Schools, Law Students, Advice Columnists, Ask Amy