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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, September 1 and include these items:
Video: How Do I Find the Right Law School for Me?
Judge Upholds LSAT Disability Accommodation Plan
University of Maryland Unveils Freddie Gray Course
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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Northwestern Law Receives $5 Million Bequest
08/13/2015 16:20:41 - (David)
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Northwestern Law received a $5 million bequest from Dawn Clark Netsch, the law school's first female faculty member. The funds have been earmarked to provide financial aid and loan repayment assistance for law students pursuing careers in public interest law. If you have such a career interest, this may be one more reason to consider Northwestern!
University of Idaho to Open Law School
08/10/2015 11:39:34 - (David)
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Idaho Statesmen has an article about a possible law school coming to Boise. We presume the school is confident in law schools' abilities to bounce back from the recent downturn that may already be underway depending on who you listen to.
Applications up at Elon
08/04/2015 12:14:29 - (David)
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Winston Salem Journal has a nice article about application volumes increasing at Elon and attributing it to the 2-year program and "pioneering" culture. It's a good (and quick) read for anyone with any interest in Elon or even 2-year programs in general.
Last Year to Apply Under 503-3
|08/04/2015 12:23:09 - (David)|
Most of our readers who have familiarity with 503-3 have known it as the exemption to the LSAT afforded to college seniors at the same university as the law school. Unfortunately, this will be the last year applicants will be able to take advantage of this LSAT exemption as the ABA has decided to abolish it beginning next year.