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 →
By Gretchen Koehler Mote, JD, Ohio Bar Liability Insurance Agency
There are many pieces to successfully practicing law. Your legal malpractice insurance shouldn’t be puzzling!
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More than 900 prospective lawyers took the July 2017 Ohio bar exam this week at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
A total of 997 recent law school graduates applied to take the ... Continue Reading →
Congress is making a move to broaden the opportunities for law school graduates. Last week, Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), John Hoeven (R-ND), and Ted Cruz (R-TX) co-sponsored ... Continue Reading →
Notre Dame College students hoping to pursue a career in the legal field will have a faster path to completing their degrees thanks to a partnership with Ohio Northern University’s ... Continue Reading →
Christian Universities Online (CUO) recently named Cedarville University as the top Christian school for law-related degrees in Ohio. CUO assembled its 2017 Top Ten Christian Law ... Continue Reading →
A graduate program focusing on government contracting and purchasing will be offered by the University of Dayton School of Law starting this fall.
The program is open to lawyers and ... Continue Reading →
The requirement that ABA-accredited law schools use some sort of entrance exam in the admissions process hampers innovation and does little to guide schools toward the admission of ... Continue Reading →