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By The Ashton Times
Justice Is Mind explores growing global concerns over privacy and technology. Boston University and the University of Mississippi kick off law school screenings tour.

By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
As U.S. News prepares to roll out its 2013 ranking of law schools, two new sites are challenging the magazine as the prime guide for tens of thousands of applicants choosing law schools by emphasizing the concerns most on their minds - law prof

By Bar None Review
Increasingly Popular Course Incorporates Latest Technology To Help Boost Bar Exam Success Rates For Students In State Suffering Lowest Pass Rates In the Country

By William V. Roach
Cutting edge presentation app for iPad gets even better with a unique lift from PC integration from ExhibitView Solutions, LLC. Trial Presentation has never been easier. Organize, Create and MOVE the project between PC and iPad with just one-click.

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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
With applications plummeting 40%, law schools are being forced to finally begin making revolutionary changes in the way they have taught fledgling attorneys for more than 100 years

By The Ashton Times
Justice Is Mind explores growing global concerns over privacy and technology. Boston University and the University of Mississippi kick off law school screenings tour.

By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
As U.S. News prepares to roll out its 2013 ranking of law schools, two new sites are challenging the magazine as the prime guide for tens of thousands of applicants choosing law schools by emphasizing the concerns most on their minds - law prof

By Bar None Review
Increasingly Popular Course Incorporates Latest Technology To Help Boost Bar Exam Success Rates For Students In State Suffering Lowest Pass Rates In the Country

By Comedians-at-Law
“COMEDIANS-AT-LAW” ANNOUNCE NATIONAL TOUR – LAWMAGEDDON!! Legal comedy tour to stop in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Improv on Thursday, March 22nd at 8 PM.

By William V. Roach
Cutting edge presentation app for iPad gets even better with a unique lift from PC integration from ExhibitView Solutions, LLC. Trial Presentation has never been easier. Organize, Create and MOVE the project between PC and iPad with just one-click.

By Bill Roach, Partner
Join our fast paced Webinar/Forum to see our product demo and hear from Professor James Wren, Baylor University Law School, about the ExhibitView Software Program available for faculty and students at NO COST.

By Roger Croft
This is because many grads of Austin's School of Law are cartoonists, service dog trainers, and wind farm employees.

By Roger Croft
According to the new reports by the National Association for Law Placement, the job market for law school graduates is worsening since the mid-1990s.

By Roger Croft
The job placement rate for the class of 2010 was 80 percent which is 5 percent less from that of 2009's class. The New York Times has phrased this as the worst recession in the legal profession's history.

By Roger Croft
Survey of an AM Law Daily found that 17 national firms employing at least 20 second year students. The report shows an average of 62 students from each firm are offered jobs this year, which translates it to an average rate of 97%.

By Roger Croft
A substantial decrease in the new student enrollment has been reported in the University of California-Los Angeles by 16 percent, while in the University of Michigan by 14 percent.

By Roger Croft
Despite the retrenchment in summer programs' recruitment nationwide, offices of major firms in Washington are about to hire the same number of associates as 2011, for summer 2012.

By Roger Croft
Law schools are hoping to give their students an edge in the struggle by forcing the big firms to recruit in August, months earlier than in previous years.

By Roger Croft
This employment-data and economic-analysis consulting firm's study shows that Texas has the seventh-largest lawyer surplus having only 2,155 lawyer job openings but 3,052 people passing the bar exam annually.

By Roger Croft
In a nutshell, the statistical information provided by the NALP is that the average salary for law school graduates chopped by 13% from $72,000 to $63,000. The employment rate for the class of 2010 on the whole was 87.6%, down 4% from 2007.

By Roger Croft
The article is based on data gathered and analyzed by Economic Modeling Specialists Inc. (EMSI), a consulting firm specializing in economic analysis and employment data.

By Roger Croft
The American Bar Association has also advised students planning to enter law school to weigh the risks of getting a JD.

By Roger Croft
This number is the lowest since 2001 during this admission stage. The reason for the decline in applicants is being attributed to the tough job market for new lawyers and the prospect of years of paying off a big debt.

By Roger Croft
Washington & Lee Law School is making an effort to educate its students on the employment prospects they face in the next few years. LawCrossing has been able to find over 37,000 attorney jobs across the country.

By Roger Croft
CEO A. Harrison Barnes of LawCrossing says that although the large law firms are laying off attorneys, there are opportunities in smaller firms across America.

By Roger Croft
Even graduates of top law schools are now applying for public interest work and even government positions.” LawCrossing has been able to find over 30,000 attorney jobs across the country.

By Roger Croft
CEO A. Harrison Barnes of LawCrossing says that although the job market is tough, positions are available in smaller firms.

By Roger Croft
Even though the numbers involved in most firms are small, LawCrossing CEO, A. Harrison Barnes, "We at LawCrossing have been able to track down over 12,000 jobs in the last seven days alone.”

By Roger Croft
CEO A. Harrison Barnes of LawCrossing says “We keep searching for every law job opening across the country and that is why we could come up with almost 15,000 jobs in seven days.”

By Roger Croft
For law students graduating this fall without a job offer, LawCrossing CEO, A. Harrison Barnes says there are jobs available. Barnes’s company has been able to track down almost 11,000 legal jobs in the last seven days.

By Roger Croft
LawCrossing CEO, A. Harrison Barnes has a few words of advice. “In this economy, be ready to take jobs from smaller firms, even if they are in rural regions.

By Roger Croft
LawCrossing CEO, A. Harrison Barnes says that those fears are exaggerated. “There are jobs available for new graduates as well as junior associates.

By Roger Croft
According to the latest data released by the US Department of Labor, in April, the legal services sector lost 1,100 jobs and in March, legal jobs decreased by 500.There has been a slight increase of 300 jobs in the legal sector in May though.

By Roger Croft
The tough job market has hit fresh graduates of laws schools. To counter this, law schools and law firms are trying out unconventional methods to help them out.



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