Law Libraries

Law Schools

Indiana Tech Law School denied provisional accreditation

Legal Education

ABA committee wants to end use of alternative law school admission tests


Good news for new lawyers: Fewer grads mean better job prospects, report shows

Legal Technology

Site aiming to prevent ‘link rot’ for legal researchers wins 2015 Webby

Legal Education

ABA committee seeks more detailed data on law school attrition

Law Libraries

Kaye Scholer says goodbye to old offices and 95 percent of its law books

Law Schools

Elon Law to cut total tuition by nearly $14K and offer law degree in 2.5 years for all

Law Practice

Smaller Staff, Bigger Jobs: Practice changes are redefining their work

White-Collar Crime

Longtime law library director who gave workers unauthorized county-paid perks gets jail time

Intellectual Property Law

2nd Circuit OKs searchable book database, calls copying entire volumes for this purpose fair use

Cover Story

Who owns the law? Technology reignites the war over just how public documents should be

Criminal Justice

Ex-law library chief, accused of offering workers stolen perks in lieu of raises, pleads guilty

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS decisions are works in progress; revisions are sometimes made years later, study finds

Law Schools

ABA committee reaffirms proposal to remove ban on academic credit for paid externships

Around the Blawgosphere

Blog offers immigration help to Nigella Lawson | Celeb podcaster fights patent troll

Law Schools

Legal Ed Section’s council deadlocks over tenure requirement in law school accreditation standards

Midyear Meeting

ABA committee throws in the towel on new bar pass standard

Midyear Meeting

ABA legal ed section gets an earful on tenure, other proposals

Law Schools

ABA task force calls for sweeping changes in legal education system

Law Schools

University of Kansas School of Law censured, fined for ‘willful’ accrediting violations