Friday, February 19, 2021
- ABA Journal, Did Bar Candidates Who Had a Choice Do Better on In-Person or Remote Exams?
- Rory Bahadur (Washburn), Kevin Ruth (PhD Mathematics, Miami) & Katie Tolliver Jones (Lincoln Memorial), Reexamining Relative Bar Performance as a Function of Non-Linearity, Heteroscedasticity, and a New Independent Variable
- Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine), Christian Legal Society Law School Fellows Program Offers All Expenses Paid Week In San Antonio (May 23-29) For 25-40 1Ls And 2Ls
- Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine), 60% Through The Fall 2021 Law School Admissions Cycle: Applicants Are Up 21%, With Biggest Increases Among The Highest LSAT Bands
- Jason Dykstra (Idaho), Keeping up with a Kardashian: Shedding Legal Educations’ Vestigial Trade School Anxiety and Replacing the Dated Casebook Method with Modern Case-Based Learning
- Harvard Crimson, Journal Delays Print Publication of Harvard Law Professor’s Controversial ‘Comfort Women’ Article Amid Outcry
- Lucy Jewell (Tennessee), Comparative Legal Rhetoric
- Orin Kerr (UC-Berkeley), Line-drawing and Legal Education
- Jennifer Mnookin (Dean, UCLA School of Law) & Eileen Strempel (Dean, UCLA School of Music), Students Must Be Given Vaccine Priority So Colleges And Law Schools Can Reopen In The Fall
- Richard Neumann (Hofstra), Violations During the Pandemic of Law School Faculties’ Authority to Decide Methods of Instruction
- Viet Thanh Nguyen (USC), I Like Teaching On Zoom
- preLaw, Most Diverse Law Schools
- Press Release, Two Historic Gifts for Georgetown Law
- Patricia Salkin (Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs for Touro College and University System and Provost for the Graduate and Professional Divisions at Touro College), Lawyers are Leading Higher Education as Advocates Call for More Formal Leadership Training in Legal Education
Mercer Law Profs Linda Jellum, Billie Jo Kaufman, and David Ritchie have started a new podcast, Talking Legal Ed.