FULL HOUSE - Gordon Caplan, the Willkie Farr partner on leave from the firm following charges tied to the college admission’s scandal, has an initial appearance in Boston federal court set for April 3, alongside defendant actress Lori Loughlin. Roy Strom reports that lawyers for Caplan, who prosecutors say spent $75,000 to have his daughter’s standardized test score fudged, asked to push back the appearance from March 29 because of a scheduling conflict. A magistrate judge granted the request Thursday.
JURIS DIGITAL - Legal education has been slow to embrace online coursework, but, as Frank Ready reports, two law schools are taking advantage of a revised ABA rule that helps to expand online offerings. University of New Hampshire School of Law has a hybrid JD program focusing on IP, technology and information law. Washburn University School of Law now has a Third Year Anywhere program, where students can work in externships while completing third-year courses online.
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