The Touro College – Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center’s new concentration in Solo & Small Practice Law is now available to part-time and full-time students.
Drexel University is changing the name of its law school and expanding its curriculum after receiving a $50 million donation from a Philadelphia trial attorney.
New York State will begin using the Uniform Bar Examination in 2016, making it the fifteenth, and by far largest, state to do so.
While the nation's law schools collectively saw a slight uptick in employment success for their grads from 2014 compared to 2013, some school
A higher percent of law graduates from 2014 landed full-time, long-term jobs compared to graduates from 2013, according to figures from the American Bar Association.
The two Rutgers law schools will merge into one unified school with two locations — Camden and Newark — assuming the American Bar Association approves the action this summer.
Widener University has received approval from the American Bar Association to separate into two law schools that will operate independently of each other, but remain part of the
The National Jurist incorrectly included St.
Roger Williams University School of Law is getting a new building in Providence, R.I.
A new study suggests that law schools have admitted more minorities, particularly black and Hispanic students, to combat declining enrollment