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Don't Miss the February Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, February 2 and include these items:
Video: Is It Too Late to Apply?
Teaching Practical Skills in Law School
Know When to Solve 'em, Know When to Leave 'em
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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Former UT Law Dean Charged 400K in 4 Years
01/14/2015 13:44:56 - (David)
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Townhall.com has an article about former UT Law dean Lawrence Sager. Sager, you may remember, resigned in the wake of a forgivable loan scandal. Well now, reports have come out that he also racked up $401,498.29 of credit card debt for the law school in four years. This was in addition to "tens of thousands in other expenses for conferences, computers, club dues, food, travel, storage units and other items."
A Dual Degree – Is It Right For You?
01/08/2015 17:04:08 - (David)
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Do dual degree programs, such as those that join a graduate business degree with a law degree (MBA/JD), make sense for students? Many applicants may wonder if these combined degrees are worth the time, effort and expense. The simple answer is sometimes.
UNLV to Offer the First LLM in Gambling
01/05/2015 14:22:14 - (David)
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UNLV has announced that it is going to offer the first LL.M. in gambling law. The school predicts graduates will be well positioned to work in-house at casinos, within regulatory agencies and to start private practices advising casinos, regulators and gambling machine manufacturers. The school further says that, given the heavy importance of regulation on this industry, graduates would be well positioned for executive positions in the gambling industry.
So What's the Next Step?
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Our law school timeline page has been updated for January and February activities.
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