Happy (rainy) Friday to all! It’s been a while since I last posted but I am back and rearing to go. So without further delay, here is your Friday legal news roundup:
— South Dakota has become the first state to offers lawyers an annual subsidy to live and work in rural areas.
— A well-known Nashville attorney has been temporarily suspended from practicing law after it was discovered that he paid himself $50,440 from the estate of a ward in a nursing home without a judge’s approval.
– Here is a list of the 20 law schools that had the highest percentage of their 2012 class who were still looking for jobs and still had not secured employment nine months after graduating.
– Conversely, here are the 20 law schools that have the highest rate of placing graduates in government and public interest jobs.