The New York Times has an interesting article reporting on the trend for law schools to retroactively inflate grades in order to assist students with entry into a difficult labour market. Loyola Law School Los
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The OP Jindal Global Law School which has been aggressively marketing itself as the new face of progressive and global legal education in India suffered an embarrassment yesterday when its Chancellor and Founder,
“We do have a small number of dynamic and outstanding law schools, but I am afraid they remain islands of excellence amidst a sea of institutionalized mediocrity,” said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the quality of
A new not-for-profit organisation called Law School Transparency will allow prospective students to access and compare detailed employment and salary information for graduates from US law schools. The project is the
U.S. News has released its 2011 law school rankings this week . The rankings can be found on the U.S. News website, here. This article, from True/Slant, reflects upon (and criticises) the power of the U.S. News
According to new research carried out by LegalWeek, over a third of the trainees joining the UK ‘magic circle’ firms over the last two years have studied at either Oxford or Cambridge university. Over the four
Law school admissions in the US rose 5 percent between 2008 and 2009, according to the Law School Admission Council. Some 151,400 people sat for law school entrance exams last year, and more than 51,000 entered law
Stanford law school comes out on top in a law professor’s analysis of a new guide to 172 law schools. Paul Caron, author of TaxProf Blog and the associate dean of faculty at the University of Cincinnati law school,
Indian law firms are receiving a large number of applications from the US and the UK for employment or just for an internship. Indian law firms like Amarchand & Mangaldas and Suresh A Shroff & Co have been recruiting
In a further indication that the legal job market will remain tight for years to come, Boston law schools are reporting that many law firms have opted out of making the annual treks to recruit second years.
More money in budget coffers, a popular dean and a successful hiring spree are three of the changes that have prompted speculators to suggest that Harvard University is in a position to overtake Yale University in U.S.