Law professor-bloggers exchange ideas, concerns, and opinions concerning the future of legal education. Posts also cover news from the Association of American Law Schools.
This blog highlights academic job openings and covers salaries of professors, salaries of recent law school graduates, recent law review articles and other law school news. It can also be counted on to come up with its own rankings of law schools and law reviews.
Posts discuss the efforts of law schools and other entities to improve employment outcomes for graduates.
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
The author conducts empirical research about legal education; student debt; and law students, law schools and lawyers per capita (of which he keeps an archive). Until July 2015, the law blog was called The Law School Tuition Bubble.
"In the 21st century, the practice of law is shaking loose from its traditional moorings and heading out into uncharted territory. Opportunities abound, but so do pitfalls. Most of the old rules won’t apply anymore, while some will matter more than ever. Welcome to the new legal profession, powered by collaboration, innovation, and client service. This is your front-row seat."