Friday, January 8, 2021
- ABA Journal, 2 competing legal research companies announce merger
- Catherine Albiston (UC-Berkeley), Scott L. Cummings (UCLA) & Richard L. Abel (UCLA), Making Public Interest Lawyers In A Time Of Crisis: An Evidence-Based Approach
- Rory Bahadur (Washburn) & Liyun Zhang (South Carolina), Of Socratic Teaching and Learning Styles: Exposing the Pervasiveness of Implicit Bias and White Privilege in Legal Pedagogy; Adam Lamparello (Independant), Reply; Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), Reply.
- Bloomberg Law, Ninety Percent of Suspected Cheaters Cleared by California Bar
- Bloomberg, Over 1,000 New Lawyers Get Licenses Without Taking Bar Exam
- Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine), The Top 10 Legal Education Posts Of 2020
- Robert Kuehn (Associate Dean for Clinical Education, Washington University), The Disparate Treatment of Clinical Law Faculty
- Marisa Manzi & Nina Totenberg (NPR), 'Already Behind': Diversifying The Legal Profession Starts Before The LSAT
- Derek Muller (Iowa), Law School-Specific Debt Disparities Between Men And Women
- Derek Muller (Iowa), Which Law Schools Have the Best and Worst Debt-to-Income Ratios Among Recent Graduates?
- Richard K. Neumann (Hofstra), Violations During the Pandemic of Law School Faculties’ Authority to Decide Methods of Instruction
- Reuters, Students Of Color Are Driving A Spike In Law School Applications
- Karen Sloan (Law.com), Bar Exam Overhaul Plans Go Public. So Long, MBE
- Karen Sloan (Law.com), Legal Ed Has Risen to Meet COVID Challenges, Says Incoming AALS President
- Mike Spivey (Spivey Consulting), 70% Of Law Schools Give Scholarships To At Least 70% Of Their Students; 28% Give Scholarships To At Least 90% Of Their Students
- Mike Spivey (Spivey Consulting), 2020/2021 Law School Applicant Data Look
- Symposium, Disrupting Hierarchies In Legal Education: The Abraham L. Freedman Fellowship Program, 92 Temple L. Rev. 707-835 (2020)
Article of the week:
Richard K. Neumann (Hofstra), Violations During the Pandemic of Law School Faculties’ Authority to Decide Methods of Instruction. Professor Neumann has raised some important issues concerning how administrators are dealing with covid-19.