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Area law schools discuss critical issues

Representatives of area law schools including Cornell Law School, Syracuse University College of Law and the University at Buffalo Law School, gathered in Washington, D.C., last week for the nonprofit Association of American Law Schools annual meeting. The organization’s membership ...

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Law and law schools must change

The other day, my 5-year-old proudly proclaimed that he wanted to be a veterinarian. Despite the fact that I practice and teach law, I breathed a sigh of relief at what seemed to be a well-founded choice. Pets proliferate and ...

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Law schools sued over placement information

The American Bar Association has already determined it wants more reliable and detailed information from law schools regarding graduate job placement, but two class action suits filed last week in New York and Michigan also want law schools to be held civilly liable for the information they provide.

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Attorneys: Law schools should give more data

Should law schools provide prospective students with more detailed and accurate job placement data and education costs? The Young Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association and ABA President Stephen Zack think so.

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