Among the proposals under consideration is no longer requiring the LSAT for admission to law schools.Read More »
The percentage of Maryland law graduates who found jobs requiring them to pass the bar has remained steady for another year, inching up by just 0.8 percentage points to 58 percent, compared with 62.4 percent nationwide. There are signs of ...Read More »
Law schools just made some new enemies. This week, lawmakers from both parties sharply criticized U.S. law schools for leaving students with overwhelming debt and degrees that may not get them jobs. “We need to move away from a system ...Read More »
The popularity of an American legal education is dwindling in the face of disappointing job prospects for graduates, so to rescue themselves from oblivion, some law schools are fashioning themselves after a more successful educational institution: business school. In April, New York ...
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A year after the University of Baltimore’s new John and Frances Angelos Law Center opened on North Charles Street and Mt. Royal Avenue, the building has been named one of the 50 most impressive law school buildings in the world.Read More »
Which matters more: a law school’s prestige or its scholarship offerings? To law students, attending a top-tier school is still top priority, according to a new Kaplan survey of 637 students who took the LSAT in June. About 40 percent ...Read More »