More news on law schools is out this week. The Wall Street Journal reports that law schools are increasingly offering prospective students ...Read More »
Looks like more bad news this week for law school graduates. Starting salaries for the class of 2011 are down across the board. Mean starting salaries for first-year associates fell 6.5 percent, according to numbers from the National Association for ...
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It’s all about in-house education this week. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community Most law schools don’t have classes that specifically prepare attorneys for jobs as in-house counsels. And in today’s unsteady economy, more law students are thinking ...
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Roseanne Barr, her political rival and about 450 members of the Green Party will converge in Baltimore this week, as the party meets to choose its candidate for the November presidential election. However, choosing between Barr and the frontrunner, Dr. ...Read More »
Karen Ellsworth, of Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP, a general-practice law firm headquartered in Columbia, has joined the board of the United Seniors of Maryland Education Foundation. The foundation promotes the well-being of Maryland seniors through education, dissemination ...Read More »
Dionne L. Koller wants to change how the country thinks about sports — through the law. An associate professor who directs the Center for Sport and the Law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Koller participated last month ...Read More »
Fewer than half of Maryland’s law school graduates in 2011 got full-time, permanent jobs that required bar admission, according to new data from the American Bar Association. About 47 percent of last year’s graduates of the University of Maryland Francis ...Read More »
OCEAN CITY — Sixty-four runners braved strong headwinds Friday morning and finished the 23rd annual Young Lawyers Sun Run during the Maryland State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in Ocean City. In one of the closest finishes in race history, Alan ...Read More »
Joseph A. Pulver has joined Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler as an associate in the firm’s Banking and Financial Services Group, as well as its Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Group. Previously, Pulver practiced for four years with another Maryland firm ...Read More »
Last month, a former law student won a bid in bankruptcy court to discharge nearly $340,000 in education debt because her diagnosis of Asperger syndrome rendered her unable to repay the loans. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of ...Read More »