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Don't Miss the September Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, September 2 and include these items:
Video: How Do I Find the Right Law School for Me?
The Risk of Attending a New Law School
ABA Approves Law School Reforms
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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UC Davis Bucking the Trend
08/15/2014 14:37:17 - (David)
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The Recorder published a nice article about how UC Davis has been able to buck the trend of falling applications. It has some good insight into the current state of law school education and what law schools are doing to innovate.
Updated Book Reviews
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Our law school book reviews have been updated for new editions, releases and suggestions. As always, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, thoughts or other comments on any books in the genres of LSAT prep, law school selection or law school success!
UT Law Accused of Favoring Donors' Kids
08/06/2014 12:20:47 - (David)
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Watchdog.org published a scathing article yesterday about UT Austin claiming they have been favoring "connected" applicants. The article does mention that of ten admitted students flagged for having been given preferential treatment, 6 have passed the bar on the first attempt, two are still enrolled and one just graduated in June. Only one hasn't yet passed the bar.
FAMU Law Takes Another Hit
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The Tampa Tribune has an article about Florida A&M University's law school. It discusses a discrimination and unequal pay lawsuit filed by a female professor. The lawsuit comes after the school just received full accreditation from the ABA after being plagued by image problems and low bar passage rates.