Black U.Va. law student admits he made up police harassment story that prompted intense investigation. The university won't press charges against him.
Decisions by University of Delaware and other colleges to scrap law school plans highlight the difficulty of recouping high start-up costs.
Surveying reviews' spotty compliance with reporting requirements, editor of The Green Bag finds their circulations in steep decline -- but does that necessarily mean lost influence?
A new law journal is actually a collection of would-be journals -- incubating experiments in nontraditional topics and formats in search of a market.
Law school at the University of Georgia has hired a professor who oversaw a well-known Bush-era terror case -- but so far few seem to have noticed.
Debate over planned law school at U. of California at Irvine raises questions of supply and demand.
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