The controversy about a UCLA First Amendment Law exam question focused on the "Burn this bitch down!" Ferguson incident.
My bottom-line assessment is that this is the best quasi-fictional account of law school that I have read.
As the number of law students declines, the job outlook for law students is reportedly improving.
Jody Lyneé Madeira and Pablo Escobedo of Indiana University (Bloomington) School of Law are conducting a survey of current U.S. law students.
My employer, the George Mason University School of Law, is now taking applications for the position of Dean.
Guest speakers at the University of Michigan in 1900 incited controversies--and a riot.
With the new academic year starting soon, I thought I would flag my short essay, "How to Read A Legal Opinion: A Guide for New Law Students."
Exam software intended to make it easier to take the bar exam appears to have made it more difficult for some.
A question for current law students and recent law school graduates.