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New improvements in the College Scorecard data from the U.S. Department of Education have shown some of the specifics for how well degrees pay off.
New improvements in the College Scorecard data from the U.S. Department of Education have shown some of the specifics for how well degrees pay off.
 
Back in 2010, I wrote a piece for the Martin Center entitled Bad Sociology, Not Law bemoaning the marginalization of common law doctrine in the American law school curriculum.
Back in 2010, I wrote a piece for the Martin Center entitled Bad Sociology, Not Law bemoaning the marginalization of common law doctrine in the American law school curriculum.
 
Law is experiencing a revolution. Several changes are occurring, but they are all tied to the impact of information and communications technology (ICT), which is altering the nature of law at a fundamental level
Law is experiencing a revolution. Several changes are occurring, but they are all tied to the impact of information and communications technology (ICT), which is altering the nature of law at a fundamental level
 
Panelists at Campbell Law School offered a different path to resolving conflicts — in the criminal justice system and in disciplinary situations in K-12 schools.
Panelists at Campbell Law School offered a different path to resolving conflicts — in the criminal justice system and in disciplinary situations in K-12 schools.
 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who claimed to be Native American when a DNA study showed she has as little as .09% Indian blood, is still trying to explain away her assertion.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who claimed to be Native American when a DNA study showed she has as little as .09% Indian blood, is still trying to explain away her assertion.
 
The world of law school and the legal profession is in turmoil. This is because there are not only many market distortions at play, but because the economy is undergoing transitions
The world of law school and the legal profession is in turmoil. This is because there are not only many market distortions at play, but because the economy is undergoing transitions
 
As an alumnus of the University of Texas Law School and the father of a recent UT graduate, I pay close attention to what is going on at my alma mater
As an alumnus of the University of Texas Law School and the father of a recent UT graduate, I pay close attention to what is going on at my alma mater
 
The University of North Carolina Law School's Center for Civil Rights is cutting ties with the university system
The University of North Carolina Law School's Center for Civil Rights is cutting ties with the university system
 
Those are the words of former UNC Law School Dean Judith Wegner who spoke to a reporter from the (Raleigh) News & Observer in May about her opposition to a proposed UNC Board of Governors resolution to prohibit UNC Centers and Institutes from participating in litigation.
Those are the words of former UNC Law School Dean Judith Wegner who spoke to a reporter from the (Raleigh) News & Observer in May about her opposition to a proposed UNC Board of Governors resolution to prohibit UNC Centers and Institutes from participating in litigation.
 
Law school faculties hold a sacred trust. We guard the outermost portals into the legal profession, a group that wields powers to shape society in profound and lasting ways
Law school faculties hold a sacred trust. We guard the outermost portals into the legal profession, a group that wields powers to shape society in profound and lasting ways
 
Legal education has become a surprisingly regular topic of news media for several years now
Legal education has become a surprisingly regular topic of news media for several years now
 
There is something about judicial nominations that brings out the worst in U.S. Senators.
 
On December 19, the U.S. Department of Education announced that as of the end of the year, it would no longer allow students to use federal aid money at the Charlotte School of Law
On December 19, the U.S. Department of Education announced that as of the end of the year, it would no longer allow students to use federal aid money at the Charlotte School of Law
 
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Charlotte attorney John Bowers to the North Carolina Superior Court. Bowers will take the seat of Judge H. William Constangy, who served as a Resident Superior Court judge for district 26-B in Mecklenburg County until his retirement on August 31, 2014.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Charlotte attorney John Bowers to the North Carolina Superior Court. Bowers will take the seat of Judge H. William Constangy, who served as a Resident Superior Court judge for district 26-B in Mecklenburg County until his retirement on August 31, 2014.
 
Not so long ago, law school was a growth industry, with new schools being created and enrollments going ever higher.
Not so long ago, law school was a growth industry, with new schools being created and enrollments going ever higher.
 
I chose to return to school at the age of thirty-eight. I had been working on the floor for a large manufacturing company when lay-offs began there in late 2008 and I took a small buyout in early 2009 to avoid what was more than likely the ax next.
I chose to return to school at the age of thirty-eight. I had been working on the floor for a large manufacturing company when lay-offs began there in late 2008 and I took a small buyout in early 2009 to avoid what was more than likely the ax next.
 
Big things were anticipated for higher education reform in 2013 - but the sizzle turned to fizzle in many cases. Landmark court decisions got pushed off for another year, bubbles didn't quite burst, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) did not take over vast swaths of the higher education...
Big things were anticipated for higher education reform in 2013 - but the sizzle turned to fizzle in many cases. Landmark court decisions got pushed off for another year, bubbles didn't quite burst, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) did not take over vast swaths of the higher education...
 
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
 
In 2011, President Obama called for a more civil discourse to “make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.”
In 2011, President Obama called for a more civil discourse to “make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.”
 
In the movie Catch Me If You Can the protagonist does a number of things he legally isn't allowed to do because he doesn't have the right education and license. The movie was based on the actual exploits of Frank Abagnale who, among other things, got a job in the Louisiana attorney general's...
In the movie Catch Me If You Can the protagonist does a number of things he legally isn't allowed to do because he doesn't have the right education and license. The movie was based on the actual exploits of Frank Abagnale who, among other things, got a job in the Louisiana attorney general's...
 
Nearly a decade ago, I wrote a paper on the problem (at least I see it as a problem) of grade inflation. Just as with monetary inflation, I think that bad things ensue from awarding students grades that are higher than they've truly earned.
Nearly a decade ago, I wrote a paper on the problem (at least I see it as a problem) of grade inflation. Just as with monetary inflation, I think that bad things ensue from awarding students grades that are higher than they've truly earned.
 
It pains me to even come close to being on the same side of an issue with Chris Fitzsimon and the gang.
It pains me to even come close to being on the same side of an issue with Chris Fitzsimon and the gang.
 
Chapel Hill is known mainly for two things: (1) Great basketball and (2) loony-tunes lefty nuttiness. Basketball is down a little bit this year.
Chapel Hill is known mainly for two things: (1) Great basketball and (2) loony-tunes lefty nuttiness. Basketball is down a little bit this year.
 
A state audit has revealed that the N.C. Central University Law School's information technology and facilities director was given improper supplemental benefits to the tune of $59,271 during the last decade.
A state audit has revealed that the N.C. Central University Law School's information technology and facilities director was given improper supplemental benefits to the tune of $59,271 during the last decade.
 
An organization founded by ex-Sen. John Edwards was meant to fight poverty, but many clues suggest it instead focuses more on fighting partisan battles- and to avoid scrutiny by North Carolina taxpayers.
An organization founded by ex-Sen. John Edwards was meant to fight poverty, but many clues suggest it instead focuses more on fighting partisan battles- and to avoid scrutiny by North Carolina taxpayers.
 
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