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 →
A group of students, faculty and staff from Case Western Reserve University School of Law has asked the U.S. attorney in Cleveland to open a civil rights investigation into the 2016 ... Continue Reading →
Much of the most important advocacy happens in courtrooms throughout the country. For many law students, simulating a trial to develop courtroom skills is a vital learning experience.
In ... Continue Reading →
Danya Hamad has enrolled at Capital University with an academic standing of a junior at only 16 years old.
For most of us, being 16 meant our minds were fixated on high school academics, ... Continue Reading →
How one law school program has helped four students form a special bond with each other and their community.
They are The Four Musketeers of the University of Dayton School of Law; ... Continue Reading →
Hey, it’s you from the future, and I have some great news. No, you didn’t win the lottery or discover a new planet (actually, someone else did, and they may or may not have named ... Continue Reading →
Law school accreditation should be tied to employment outcomes, law professor Scott Norberg advocates in a recent paper, because existing standards regarding bar passage rates don’t ... Continue Reading →
The percentage of law grads obtaining jobs requiring bar passage has increased for the third year in a row, rising from 66.6 percent for the class of 2015 to 67.7 for the class of ... Continue Reading →