Legal Education Roundup (June 12, 2015)
Recent reports on the future of law schools and legal education.
- "Maryland Law Fellowships Emphasize Business Experience," The National Law Journal
- "2014 Bar Exam Takers to Get Refund for Software Glitch," New York Law Journal
- "Facing Budget Deficit, Pace Law Decides to Trim Faculty Pay," New York Law Journal
- "In Wake of 35% Enrollment Decline, Pace Law School Dean Cuts Faculty Pay 10%, Eliminates Research Stipends And Sabbaticals, And Warns Faculty Not to Speak to Press," TaxProf Blog
- "U. of Denver Law School Scores a Marijuana Professorship," The Chronicle of Higher Education
- "Q&A: How Denver Law's Pot Professorship Came to Pass," The National Law Journal
- "Law Schools: This is the Moment — for Clinics," The National Law Journal
- "Clinics Let Students Get Real: These programs stand out for their unique focus or long track records,"
- "At Loyola LA, a Fashion-Conscious Clinic: Students represent emerging companies in the Los Angeles area in all their legal needs,"
- "Chicago Students Police the Police: Clinic program combines litigation with policy and community work,"
- "Students Earn Credits — Movie Credits, That Is: Cardozo clinic provides pro bono to independent filmmakers who lack deep financial resources,"
- "Housing Clinic Exposes Underhanded Discrimination: Students pose as would-be renters to expose landlords who refuse leases unfairly,"
- "Securities Arbitration Clinic Opens Students' Eyes: They do the work of associates — meeting with clients, doing research and drafting agreements,"
- "UVA Students Catch the Supreme Court's Attention: UVA clinic participants have been involved in high court cases every term since 2006,"
- "The In-State Tuition Break, Slowly Disappearing," The New York Times
- "Can this legal maneuver save Charleston School of Law?," ABA Journal
- "City Bar Urges ABA to Drop Ban on Credit for Paid Work," New York Law Journal