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Wendell Pritchett Named Interim Dean at Penn Law
04/04/2014 14:22:37 - (David)
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Wendell Pritchett, currently the chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden and a former professor and associate dean at Penn Law will be returning to Penn Law as the interim dean for the 2014-2015 year to give the school more time to conduct a formal search for a permanent dean. Obviously, we encourage all of our readers to consider the people in these positions when finalizing their own school selection lists!
Updated Book Reviews
04/01/2014 14:04:25 - (David)
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Our law school book reviews have been updated for the most recent editions as well as the continued feedback of both clients and consultants. As always, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any comments, thoughts or suggestions!
The Pros and Cons of a Part-Time Law Degree
03/26/2014 16:06:15 - (David)
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Applicants often – and certainly sometimes wisely – pursue admission to law school through a part-time or evening program track. While not all law schools offer alternatives to full-time program, for many students, the part-time option offers a viable way to attend that dream school when either an LSAT score or GPA falls short of being competitive in the full-time pool.
Don't Miss the April Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
03/17/2014 16:22:43 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, April 1 and include these items:
Video: Rankings Shouldn't Be Your Only Tool in Law School Selection
Music Group Sued HLS Professor
US News & World Report Rankings
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
The Insider Edge is a free monthly newsletter that we email to subscribers once a month. Signing up is easy – just click here.
The Fundamental Problem with the US News Rankings
|03/17/2014 16:26:31 - (David)|
Professor Daniel Solove of GW Law wrote a nice article on LinkedIn about how US News is not very accurate or rigorous out of economic necessity. We recommend this article for all prospective law school applicants and hope it reinforces what we've long preached about placing your fit above all other factors when selecting a law school.