Friday, October 7, 2016
- Bar Leader, What do law students need in order to ‘fly’? And how can bar associations help?
- Ray Brescia (Albany), Albany Law’s New Two-Year JD
- Paul Caron (Pepperdine), Kentucky Bar Passage Rates Crater: UK, Louisville Down 15%, 20% Since 2011
- Paul Caron (Pepperdine), Utah Welcomes 93 1Ls, Down 24% From 2010: Only Top 50 Law School With <100 Students, Audacious Goal Of 100% First-Time Bar Passage, 100% Professional Employment
- Denver Post, EEOC Files Lawsuit Over Pay Disparities for Women at DU Law School
- David Frakt (Faculty Lounge), Florida Coastal Dean Admits That I Was Right. . .Sort Of
- Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), Improving Bar Passage Rates Must Begin in the First Year
- Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), A Legal Education Success Story at Florida International University
- Adam Lamparello (Indiana Tech), Assessing a Law School's Program of Legal Education to Comply with the American Bar Association's Revised Standards and Maximize Student Attainment of Core Lawyering Competencies
- John O. McGinnis (Northwestern), A WSJ Ranking of Law Schools Would Improve Legal Education
- National Law Journal, Police Zero In On Murdered Law Prof’s In-laws, Experts Say
- 9 News, Equal pay for equal work at DU?
- Louis Schulze (FIU), Using Cognitive Psychology to Improve Student Performance, Part One: Retrieval Practice.
- Louis Schulze (FIU), Using Cognitive Psychology to Improve Student Performance, Part Two: Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning.
- U.S. News, Choose a Law School Based on Teaching Style
Comment: Professor Schulze's posts give excellent advice on how to improve law student performance. He is Assistant Dean and Professor of Academic Support at FIU, which had the best results on the July 2016 Florida bar.