Friday, January 30, 2015
- Business Insider, Why Law School Is A Waste Of Money Unless You Get Into A Top School
- Eric DeGroff (Regent), The Dynamics of the Contemporary Law School Classroom: Looking at Laptops Through a Learning Style Lens, 39 U. Dayton L. Rev. 201 (2014)
- Steven Freedman (Kansas), Is Law School Transparency a Reliable Source for Information?
- Paul Gowder (Iowa), How Do We Stop the [Law Review] Madness?
- Jeff Harrison (Florida), Ethics, Citations, Gaming the Law Ranking System: The Circle of Deceit
- Jeff Harrison (Florida), Inside Dean Candidates: Pandering, Apples, Experience, Hard Decisions
- Inside Higher Ed, Rutgers-Camden Law Dean Asks Students to Stop Talking About Female Professors
- Inside Higher Ed, Wisconsin Governor: Faculty Should Teach More Classes
- Deborah Maranville (University of Washington) & Cynthia Batt (Stetson), Pathways, Integration, and Sequencing the Curriculum
- Deborah J. Merritt (Ohio State), I Am the Law
- Derek Muller (Pepperdine), Ranking the Law School Rankings, 2015
- Derek Muller (Pepperdine), Three Charts to Illustrate the Present Market for Law Schools
- National Jurist, Is the Legal Job Market Finally Picking Up?
- New York Law Journal, Hofstra, Law Firm Launch Online Ethics Publication
- New York Times, Your College May Be Banking on Your Facebook Likes
- Press Release, Colorado Law School Announces Master of Studies in Law Program
- Press Release, Law School Transparency’s New Information Source for Law Students and Attorneys
- Michael Risch (Villanova), How Law Professors Use Twitter
- Salon, Law Students: Don’t Make “Wildly Inappropriate” Comments About Professors
- Wall Street Journal op-ed, Hell Hath No Fury Like a Lawyer Scorned, by Tom Gordon (Executive Director, Responsive Law)