10/14/2016 17:16:34 - (David) |
HLS students use school funds to feed striking workers
10/10/2016 16:44:58 - (David)
|10/14/2016 17:17:41 - (David)|
The Harvard Crimson reported that four of the seven sections of 1Ls voted to use discretionary funds to host food events with striking food service workers. (The remaining sections voted to pool the individual, and voluntary, contributions.) Historically, the discretionary funds are used for community building activities and, unsurprisingly, there was ‘spirited debate’ between the students and administration when the students’ intentions became clear.
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Top law school for career prospects
09/27/2016 15:20:35 - (David)
|10/10/2016 16:46:19 - (David)|
In case you didn’t see the Forbes article, which I’m sure has been republished elsewhere, Penn Law was ranked number one by Princeton Review for career placement. NYU and University of Chicago were ranked second and third, respectively and the top 10 was composed of the top-tier law schools.
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Don't Miss Our October Newsletter!
09/16/2016 08:57:13 - (David)
|09/27/2016 15:21:07 - (David)|
This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, October 3 and include these items:
Video: Who Will You Use for Your Letters of Reference?
No 'Safe Spaces' at University of Chicago
Your LSAT Score - As the AdComm Sees It
Solving LSAT Logic Games
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New Masters of Law Program from Cornell Tech
09/13/2016 21:02:17 - (David)
|09/16/2016 08:59:12 - (David)|
The Cornell Sun has a nice write up on a new masters of law program that seeks to integrate law with technology. Like most programs, it won't be for everyone, but it might be for you or someone you know. And it may also better help you hone your law education interests and ambitions.
New US News Rankings
|09/13/2016 21:03:20 - (David)|
The new US News law school rankings have been released and we just wanted to remind our readers to take these (and all rankings for that matter) with a proverbial 'grain of salt.' (Law schools have always seemed highly susceptible to rankings as compared to most other graduate school programs.) Fit should always be a much higher priority than the ever changing rankings.