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.
The Lincoln Memorial University-John J. Duncan, Jr., School of Law has announced two new scholarship programs to benefit students at local universities.
Washburn University School of Law is offering a new dual degree with the university’s school of business.
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law now offers what it calls a “live client guarantee,” making it one of only 16 law schools to do so.
The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law will launch an honors immersion program in fall 2014.
Albany Law School hopes to capitalize on the nation’s growing fixation with gambling, and the subsequent need for attorneys in the field.
Suffolk University Law School is launching an LL.M. program in taxation that will allow Suffolk Law students to receive a J.D.
One year after announcing a JD/MD degree, the University of Toledo is adding certificate in health law.
The University of Oregon School of Law hopes that its new Public Law and Policy program will help students channel their passion for public service into lifelong careers.