In the throes of law school applications or LSAT studying? Take a breather with this week’s Law School News Roundup.
If you’re about to get your graduate degree and can’t secure a job, should you get your tuition money back? One Boston College student thinks so. Read more about her reasonings and the school’s reaction in this Boston Herald article.
The president of the ABA explains how law school applications are up when employment rates are down and that this could be a result of prospective law students’ inaccurate expectations. This Wall Street Journal post provides more information.
One Cornell student discusses his experience attending a Harvard Law School info session and what surprised him the most. Find out what else he has to say in this Cornell Daily Sun article.
A law degree does not only have to lead to an associate position at a law firm. This Minnesota Lawyer blog post discusses taking action instead of waiting for opportunities to pop up. In this economy, the wait can be long.
This National Law Journal article highlights how barriers to a law degree and career are gradually diminishing for individuals with disabilities.