The University of Idaho will launch its second-year program in Boise this fall, after the American Bar Association gave approval for the program in June.
Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is removing some of the risk that goes along with committing to a three-year law degree.
The John Marshall Law School has expanded its catalog of online courses to more than 50, the school recently announced.
Boston University School of Law students will now get an intensive introduction to real world lawyering skills during their first year in the school’s new Lawyering Lab.
The first class of Accelerated J.D. students began classes at Gonzaga University School of Law in June. Twenty-four students are enrolled in the demanding 24-month program.
The University of Montana Law School has expanded upon its innovative curriculum, which mimics a law firm setting.
Charlotte School of Law is partnering with the largest law firm in the Asian-Pacific region to provide a comprehensive educational program in U.S.
The John Marshall Law School has merged two of its centers together to create The Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law, which will focus on how the le
Alaska, the only state in the union without a law school, will soon get a satellite campus, allowing third-year students to study in their home state.
University of Toledo is the 25th law school to require graduates to have “live client” coursework in a clinic or externship, the school recently announced.