After a failed effort to get approval to cease operating a first year program at its Carlisle, Penn.
Law school enrollment is down 9 percent from a year ago and 15 percent from 2010, the American Bar Association recently reported.
The National Jurist has named 24 legal educators and one legal education public policy advocate to its 2012 list of the most influential people in legal education.
Arizona State University’s plans to build a $120 million building in downtown Phoenix are a step closer to reality.
New York University Law School is the second top tier school to announce significant curricular changes in the past year.
Lincoln Memorial University has done an about face in its attempt to gain American Bar Association accreditation.
A former employee at Thomas Jefferson School of Law admitted that she fabricated graduate employment outcomes for the class of 2006.
A new study finds that law schools with diverse faculties are also likely to have diverse law review memberships.
California Western School of Law has launched an incubator law office for attorneys in solo or small firm practice.