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In a closed session, the council of the ABA's Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar recently voted in favor of allowing law... [Read More]
The number of law school applicants has decreased nearly 5% compared to the same time last year, the first decline since 2018. [Read More]
Adjacent landowners owe no duty of care to a driver whose pickup truck hit a patch of black ice, veered off the road and hit... [Read More]
Fired King & Spalding associate David Joffe lost his wrongful termination lawsuit Monday when jurors found that the law firm had no liability. [Read More]
In October, I reviewed The Practice. It's now time to take a look at Boston Legal, compare the two related series and crown the better... [Read More]
There is little doubt that October 2021-2022 term will be most remembered for its decisions about state laws imposing restrictions on abortion. In November, the... [Read More]
A new program will guarantee minority and first-generation law students deferred admission and scholarships once they spend a year preparing for law school and working... [Read More]
Following a finding that the Cleveland State University's law school did not meet an ABA accreditation standard regarding program resources, it has since demonstrated compliance,... [Read More]
A federal judge who announced in August that he would step down from active service has changed his plans. [Read More]
The heavy, hardback editions of Martindale-Hubbell law directories, which were published annually and had different volumes for each jurisdiction, represented an important tool for executive... [Read More]
With supply chain slowdowns spanning the globe, It's a good idea to start your holiday shopping early. If you're on the hunt for the perfect... [Read More]
Marriott International has reached a settlement agreement to post "resort fees" that are added to its hotel pricing as part of the total room rate... [Read More]
A Kansas City, Missouri, man who spent 43 years in prison for a triple murder has been released after a judge ruled Tuesday that he... [Read More]
Federal jurors in Cleveland on Tuesday found that CVS, Walgreens and Walmart are liable for contributing to the opioid epidemic in two Ohio counties. [Read More]
The average starting salary for prosecutors in 31 larger cities was $68,506 at the start of 2020, according to a survey by a Lafayette College... [Read More]
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