Friday, September 3, 2021
- Rory Bahadur (Washburn), Law School Rankings and The Impossibility of Anti-Racism
- D. Benjamin Barros (Dean, Toledo) & Cameron Morrissey (J.D. 2021, Toledo), A Survey of Law School Deans on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Paul Caron (Dean, Pepperdine), How Much Is A Law School Dean Worth? $500?
- Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Summary of actions of the section’s Council at its public meeting Aug. 20, 2021
- Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), The Targeting of Scholars for Ideological Reasons from 2015 to Present
- Neil Hamilton (St. Thomas), Book Review, 69 J. Legal Educ. 224 (2019) (reviewing Patrick Longan (Mercer), Daisy Hurst Floyd (Mercer) & Timothy Floyd (Mercer), The Formation of Professional Identity: The Path from Student to Lawyer (2020)
- Law360, ABA Nod To St. Mary's U Online Law School A Turning Point
- Legal Tech News, Law Schools Are Offering Vendors Tuition Revenue in Bid to Grow Remote Education
- Kevin Oates (Temple), Professor Defend Thyself: The Failure of Universities to Defend and Indemnify Their Faculty
- Poets & Quants, Harvard Law School Is Now More Popular Than Harvard Business School
- Reuters, Appeals Court Backs NYU Law Review in Challenge to Diversity Policy
- Reuters, Here's How Georgetown Law School Crushed 2021 Admissions
- Victor Schwartz (Former Dean, Cincinnati), Opinion: Should the ABA mandate how law schools teach diversity?
- 16th Deans' Leadership in Legal Education Symposium
- Spivey Consulting, Admissions Data At Nearly Half Of The U.S. News Top 50: Higher LSATs, UGPAs, And Enrollment
- Syracuse Law Announces Plans to Offer AccessLex Institute’s Helix Bar Review to Students at No Charge
- David I.C. Thomson (Denver), Elements of Effective Online Instruction in Law
- Lael Daniel Weinberger (Harvard), Keep Distance Education for Law Schools: Online Education, the Pandemic, and Access to Justice
Call for comments: The Bahadur article, supra, which claims that the U.S. News Law Rankings are racist, is sure to be controversial. I would love to hear your comments about this article. You can leave them on the Legal Skills Prof Blog here.