Report explores the deepening crisis in law schools and what the rest of higher education can learn from it.
California appeals court finds law faculty members at Whittier were given inaccurate and incomplete information on which to decide whether to accept buyouts.
A new publication at the U. of Tennessee is focusing -- in a very personal way -- on allegations of a professor-student affair.
Lawyers announce plans to sue 15 institutions, charging that they inflate statistics about job placement rates.
In unusual case of prosecution related to a campus protest, students sentenced to probation and community service.
Website mocking photographs used by Washington University in St. Louis is once again active.
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.
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