Friday, February 1, 2019
- ABA Journal, ABA House of Delegates Rejects Changes to the Bar Passage Standard for Law Schools
- ABA Journal, Rather Than Increasing 1L Class Size in 2018, Some Law Schools Shrunk Strategically
- ABA Journal, Should the ABA Change Bar Passage Standards for Law Schools?
- Best Practices for Legal Education Blog, Letters raise concerns about changes to the bar pass accreditation standard
- Adam S. Chilton (Chicago), Jonathan S. Masur (Chicago) & Kyle Rozema (Chicago), Rethinking Law School Tenure Standards
- David Frakt (The Faculty Lounge), ABA Standard 316 Gets Shot Down Again - Here's How To Fix It
- Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), Debate: Should the ABA Raise the Bar Pass Accreditation Standard?
- Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), Why It Is Necessary for Law Schools to Help Their Students Develop Their Professional Identities.
- James Levy (Nova SE), Developing a more pedagogically powerful and professionally authentic first-year learning experience
- Derek Muller (Pepperdine), Law school ruin porn hits USA Today
- Dan Subotnik (Touro), TaxProf Blog op-ed: Policing Grammar and Diction in the Multicultural Law School Classroom
- USA Today, Law Schools Where Too Many Graduates Fail the Bar Exam May Face Tougher Sanctions