• Another Twitternut, This One A Law Prof

    University of Chicago Law Professor M. Todd Henderson closed his Twitter account recently, for the second time this year. In February, he tweeted that: “The most marginalized group at every university is conservatives.” Though relatively uncontroversial, that...

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  • For-Profit School Execs Settle Fraud Cases With SEC

    Two top executives of ITT Educational Services, the parent of defunct ITT Technical Institute, have settled for $200,000 and $100,000 respectively, thus avoiding a trial that was set to begin July 9. CEO Kevin Modany and former...

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  • Millenial Stares Down Law School Loan

    “I have $219,778.08 in law school student loan debt.” Thus begins Kerriann Stout’s essay, in which she describes her method for dealing with the anxiety that her huge obligation creates. It is a three-step process, beginning with...

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  • Law School Closes After $20 Million Loss

    Indiana Tech Law School, Ft. Wayne, is kaput. The last class of 21 students graduated on May 13. Only five students attended the ceremonies. The rest held their own graduation at a nearby public library so they would...

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  • Chief Justice Roberts
    Bad Luck Is a Good Teacher, Says Chief Justice

    Justice Roberts gave the ninth-grade commencement address at an elite boarding school for boys last month. His son John Jr was one of the graduates. “I wish you bad luck from time to time so that you...

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  • Law Students Transferring To Higher-Ranked Schools

    Law school transfers are becoming increasingly common according to higher education consultants, and it’s providing high-performing first-year students with the opportunity to move to a higher-ranked program. Or, the ABA Journal reports, the students can use their...

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  • Law School Isn’t “Safe Space,” Chicago Law Profs Say

    More than 150 University of Chicago professors have signed a letter to entering students decrying the school administration’s stance against trigger warnings and safe spaces. Names you won’t find on the letter? Any of Chicago’s law professors....

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Harvard Doesn’t Have To Cop To Anti-Semitic Past

    Harvard University won’t have to turn over records detailing its history of discriminating against Jewish applicants as evidence in a lawsuit claiming the school now holds Asian American applicants to a higher standard than others. As part...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • LSAT Targets Arizona Law School For Embracing GRE Exam

    The University of Arizona College of Law’s decision to open admission to applicants who take the GRE in lieu of the LSAT has drawn the ire of the Law School Admission Council, Inc., which administers the LSAT...

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  • Famous Law School Dropouts

    Plenty of people who couldn’t hack law school went on to find great success elsewhere, as FindLaw’s list of noteworthy law school dropouts proves. From novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez to football legend Vince Lombardi, and comedian Demitri...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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