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I am not sure what prompted this new post at Brian Leiter's Law School Reports, titled "Four Changes to the Status Quo in Legal Education That Might Be Worth Something," but I think it is a post that is surely...
Today is the day that the US News Law School Rankings are released. This is not a reason for celebration even where (as here) a school jumped up in the rankings. As I have written recently, these rankings create bad...
May 2-4, Touro Law School will be hosting the 2012 RALS conference, which is open to all (including those who teach at non-religious institutions). You can get all the details here. This wil be the first time such a conference...
I'm coming to the realization that in many parts of my work, I am dealing with the same demon: False proxies. In short, a false proxy is a quantitative, seemingly objective measure that inaccurately or incompletely reflects the truth and...
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is once again pushing the envelope in legal education by offering law faculty, law students, and lawyers an opportunity to participate in a Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) entitled Topics in Digital Law...
No blackout, but a teach-in in lieu thereof: Some thoughtful comments on SOPA: Mark Lemley, David Levine & David Post--Stanford Law Review Online--Don't Break the Internet. EFF, Stop the Internet Blacklist Legislation Mozilla et al Letter on SOPA Law Professors'...
The title of this post is the sub-heading of this new piece in The National Law Journal, which carries the main headline "What is law school for, anyway?". The piece is a must-read for all would-be law school innovators, and...
While in Washington last week for the AALS convention, I was able to hear two law school leaders say these two things: (1) The U.S. News ratings are a false proxy for quality, they stifle innovation and degrade our service...
The Wall Street Journal reports that law firms and many Fortune 500 companies have an executive who is responsible for promoting diversity within the firm: "About 60% of Fortune 500 companies currently have a CDO or executive role designated for...
The title of this post is the headline of this interesting new piece from The National Law Journal. It begins this way: Which new law students will perform the best academically during their first semester and be the most satisfied...