By Jason Grant | March 15, 2023
In developing the two new "apprenticeship" and "experiential" options, Oregon's committee says it has "examined other jurisdictions that offer multiple licensure pathways, but is creating examinations that will best serve Oregon consumers."
By Marianna Wharry | October 5, 2022
Washington Supreme Court justices will hit the road this week for the first time since 2020 to visit undergraduate and law school classes at Gonzaga University in Spokane and to hold a public forum on real cases during the community visit.
By Colleen Murphy | August 22, 2022
Professor Shaakirrah R. Sanders alleged in district court, that since being hired as a tenure-track professor in 2011, she has endured a culture of racism and sexism perpetuated primarily by two deans of the University of Idaho College of Law.
By Tasha Norman | April 15, 2022
"I would not have mentally made it through law school and the bar exam without exercising."
By Tasha Norman | December 30, 2021
'Law is about information. No matter what type of practice area you're in, knowing how to access information and make sense of it and deliver it back to your clients is the key to doing good work.'
By Thomas Phillips | October 28, 2021
"Seek law school because you truly have an interest in being a lawyer. ... Law is a profession, and the hours can be grueling, especially during trials. Loving what you do makes all the difference."
By Avalon Zoppo | October 20, 2021
First-generation law school students are worse off in the job market after graduating compared to their peers who have at least one parent or guardian with a law degree, according to the new data.
By Allison Dunn | September 22, 2021
Respondents were asked to reflect on their understanding of the legal profession, the cost of law school, and their earning and academic potential at the time they entered law school.
By Richard Binder | December 10, 2020
From the necessity of the bar exam to the likelihood of the return to pre-pandemic norms, the participants offered a frank discussion on where legal education should (and shouldn't) be headed in the days to come.
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