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Tag Archives: Law school
Law School Tuitions In Philadelphia Region: Slideshow | Philadelphia Business Journal | Jeff Blumenthal |9/10/12
Even though applications have decreased and jobs for graduates are more scarce, tuition and fees at law schools continued to increase — topping an average of $40,000/yr at private institutions, and $23,500/yr at public schools. For slideshow and … Continue reading
Several $2,500 scholarships are available through the County Prosecutor’s Association of New Jersey to law students, college and graduate students. The applicant must be a New Jersey resident. Applications must be postmarked by Sept. 15, 2012. Personal interviews of finalists … Continue reading
CA Court Allows Fraud Cases Against Golden Gate, USF Law Schools to Proceed | TaxProf Blog | 07/28/12
Paul Campos (Colorado), Paul Horwitz (Alabama), and Law School Transparency report that the Superior Court of California has rejected demurrers by Golden Gate University and University of San Francisco law schools to consumer fraud actions filed against each of those … Continue reading
An Iowa jury has ruled against a Michigan lawyer, Donald Dobkin who claimed the University of Iowa discriminated against him on the basis of age when he didn’t get an interview for a law school faculty job. Dobkin was 55 … Continue reading
Graduates from Albany Law, Brooklyn Law, California Western, Chicago-Kent, DePaul Law, Florida Coastal, Golden State, Hofstra Law, John Marshall Law School, Southwestern, USF Law and Widener Law filed 11 separate proposed class actions against their former schools, claiming the institutions … Continue reading