Updated: Law schools are increasingly interested in taking transfer students to bring in more revenue, higher education consultants say, and it’s become a seller’s market…Read more
The U.S. Justice Department announced Friday that it has sent compliance letters to nine sanctuary jurisdictions, saying that many of them are “crumbling under the…Read more
A Philadelphia-based law firm has settled a suit by an associate who claimed he lost out on bonuses because of the way it credited billable…Read more
Officials in Hawaii are firing back after Attorney General Jeff Sessions criticized a judge “sitting on an island in the Pacific” for an injunction blocking…Read more
In May, the Law School Admission Council plans to test out administering the LSAT digitally on Samsung tablets.
A thousand people will take the digital test,…Read more
Updated:The on-again off-again attempts by Arkansas to execute multiple death row inmates were off again Wednesday evening after two court actions halted a plan to…Read more
The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s conservative majority has rejected a petition from a group of retired judges seeking rules requiring judges and justices to recuse themselves…Read more
Whittier Law School will close, it was announced Wednesday, and a group of law professors there have filed a temporary restraining order motion asking the…Read more
The on-again off-again attempts by Arkansas to execute multiple death row inmates were off again after two court actions Wednesday evening halted a plan to…Read more
Dear Daliah: How did you choose your practice area? Is it better to start out a generalist or a specialist?
(Culled from…Read more
The American Bar Association has asked the Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to let stand an injunction blocking President Donald Trump’s travel…Read more
At oral arguments Wednesday, justices of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared sympathetic to a church’s arguments about its eligibility for a state playground improvement program,…Read more