Authored by University of Chicago School of Law professor Brian Leiter, this blog – a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network – provides insights on the state of legal education in America today.
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Yesterday, Judge Melvin Schweitzer of the Supreme Court of New York, New York County, dismissed the suit charging that New York Law School fraudulently reported...
Robert Morse, ranker-in-chief, announced that St. Thomas (MN) reported incorrect at-graduation placement data. Rather than having placed 80.6% of its grads at graduation, as US...
I've largely stopped posting individual announcements about hiring, leaving it to Dan Filler to aggregate that information at Faculty Lounge. But as a point of...
...as it's Spring Break.
Professor Mark Mihaly of the Vermont Law School has been named the school's new president and dean, effective August 1. Mihaly, who holds a JD...
This one is rich.
John Kidwell, Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin School of Law, passed away on Saturday. Kidwell joined the Wisconsin faculty in 1972...
I am particularly sad to report the passing of my young colleague John Hunter Tart after a very brief illness. Hunter was a visiting assistant...
The response rate to this survey is veyr low--12% this year. Because the rates are so low, they average two years' worth of results, which...