Changes in store for admissions test used by law schools.
Stanford Law's plan to revamp curriculum in years 2 and 3 includes more joint degree programs and chances for students to explore other graduate courses.
ABA panned by Education Department panel, but its diversity standard survives.
Wayne State law professors will vote on new admissions approach after Michigan nixed affirmative action. Are they being creative or evasive?
Panel suggests law schools do more to ensure that high-risk students can find help.
The U.S. Supreme Court may have unanimously squelched a First Amendment challenge on the part of law schools to a 1994 law tying federal funding to campus access for military recruiters back in March.
A new study from the Carnegie Foundation finds room for improvement in legal education.
Stanley Fish, Elena Kagan and others mull recent case studies and hypothetical situations in a law school context.
Wisconsin dean apologizes for pain caused by professor's remarks, but says that intent was not to hurt.
Kenneth Kress admits to altering student evaluations of him while at Iowa. His mental state at time of infraction is in question.
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