March 2011

Are There Too Many Law Schools? The Role of Accreditation

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Are There Too Many Law Schools? The Role of Accreditation

There's just no question about it. The job market for new lawyers is tough. In private and on very public blogs, disgruntled law school graduates bemoan their employment prospects. The say there are too many lawyers fighting for too few positions.

Joshua Baker knows exactly what he wants to do when he graduates from Indiana University School of Law.

A round up of law school news from across the country.

According to Catherine Lamboley, a retired senior vice president and general counsel of Shell Oil, it is critically important to take risks.

How to eat well on a budget, deal with depression and law school, and get help in a crisis.

CPK's founders enjoy continued success 26 years after opening their first restaurant.

SBA presidents are unique and assertive individuals who have the drive and ability to change his or her law school's future.

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