On Nov. 28, American Bar Association sent a letter to the chairs and ranking members of the U.S. House and Senate tax committees asking them to retain the student loan interest tax ... Continue Reading →
As the University of Toledo continues to sit in the bottom half of Ohio’s nine law schools, administrators have watched two accredited law schools shutter and a third announce it ... Continue Reading →
On Friday, November 3, Miami’s recently renamed Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education hosted a symposium that focused on issues related to gender issues in law and leadership, ... Continue Reading →
Frost Brown Todd (FBT) has announced the recipients of the firm’s 2017 Diversity Scholarship. Launched in 2010, the scholarship fund annually awards financial assistance aimed to ... Continue Reading →
Case Western Reserve’s overhaul of how it prepares law students reaped impressive results this year, as its graduates posted a 93 percent passage rate on Ohio’s July bar examination.
The ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio Supreme Court today released the results of the July 2017 Ohio Bar Examination, which was administered in Columbus on July 25-27.
Of the 936 applicants who sat for the exam, ... Continue Reading →
Getting into law school was scary. Between the LSAT, waiting for results, and surviving the application process, the whole law school process tested your nerves. And now that you’re ... Continue Reading →
Capital Law School’s 3+3 program draws passionate undergrads from the main campus and beyond in pursuit of becoming future attorneys.
Since 2015, the law school has offered a 3+3 ... Continue Reading →