Law school graduates are still struggling to find jobs despite an improving job market, and increased hiring at the naiton’s largest firms.
Whittier Law School has launched a new curriculum called “Experience the Law,” which teaches practical skills starting on the first day of law school.
Law schools across the nation are grappling with lower enrollments, and some are now publicly cutting the size of their faculty in order to make ends meet.
Law schools are starting to cut tuition in an effort to bolster enrollment in a weak market.
University of Baltimore has opened a new $114.3 million, 190,000-square-foot law building, which will provide space for the UB School of Law.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School is expanding offerings at its Tampa Bay, Fla. campus, which opened a year ago.
Arizona State University is the latest school to launch a program designed to hire and mentor recent graduates.
Florida Coastal School of Law has announced a groundbreaking admissions program that assures law students success academically and on the bar exam, and also assures experiential
Florida Coastal School of Law will begin offering a two-year fast-track degree to select students this summer, a program that could save students as much as $50,000.
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University will now prepare students from the U.S.