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Creative Solutions Needed for Law School Viability

Stop Resisting and Get Creative Geez, law schools, people are really ticked off at you lately. You must be popping Tums like crazy with all of this scrutiny of your transparency , your alumni's unemployment and the preparedness of your students for real practice. I'm guessing you don't...

Graduate Sues Law School Alleging Misrepresentation

The push for more transparency from law schools has been more like a shove lately, with various media and organizations calling for clearer employment and salary data. But one law grad is taking it a step further: to the courts. Anna Alaburda, a 2008 graduate from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law ...

US News Will Likely Include New ABA Law School Reporting Requirements into Rankings

All of the noise on law school transparency has begun to ignite change: the ABA's Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar recently issued a conditional approval of new reporting requirements for law schools, and U.S. News & World Report has indicated that it will likely change its...

Law School Strikes Back Against Online Scam Bloggers

Law schools maintain an uneasy relationship with the scam bloggers that overrun the Internet, but often choose to ignore the allegations of deceptive post-graduate employment statistics, exorbitant tuition fees, and ever-depreciating value of a law degree. But one law school has finally had enough, and...