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Rankings—all about the name?

Imagine a law school ranking in which the University of New Hampshire’s law school outranked Franklin Pierce.  Why would this be funny?  Because UNH is Franklin Pierce—UNH took over the private law school this past fall.  But in a recent survey that included both names, respondents thought that...

Lawyer-alum profile: Edward Kammerer (English and Political Science ‘03, Suffolk Law ‘06)

Edward Kammerer (English and Political Science ‘03, Suffolk Law ‘06, PhD, Law & Public Policy, Northeastern ‘13) Pre-Law Advisor University of Connecticut Storrs What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? Currently I am the Pre-Law Advisor at the University of Connecticut. I work with students considering law school and advise...

New Scholarship for Hearing Impaired Law Students

The George H. Nofer Scholarship for Law and Public Policy has been established by the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell). One scholarship of $5,000 is available for the 2006-2007 academic year. Scholarship applicants must be accepted to an accredited law school as a...

UMass Dartmouth Law - radio interview with Dean Ward

WBUR recently interviewed Dean Robert Ward of UMass Dartmouth’s new law school, as well as Elie Mystal of the law-related blog Above the Law, who has been a vocal critic of the new law school. Click on the audio link to hear the entire interview—it’s worth it.

Easy money

It’s scholarship season at UMass, and there are at least three reasons I can think of off the top of my head that you should apply for every scholarship that comes around while you’re here. First, it’s easy money. Whether it’s $500 or $5000, it’s a bite ...

Are lower ranked schools more innovative than their higher ranked peers?

It seems so, according to this observer.  One of his important points that bears repeating over and over again:  The rankings measure nothing remotely related to innovative or creative legal education methods.  Please keep that in mind as you compile your lists of schools to which you apply.

Another reality check on legal careers

This article from Ari Kaplan, published in the National Law Journal, doesn’t just analyze why so many people go to law school without thoroughly researching their choice (especially the financial impacts).  He goes further to examine some of the traits of the truly successful lawyers—and it has nothing...

What exactly do the US News rankings measure?

Let me be frank: If you can’t answer this question, then you have no business relying on the rankings.  Once you do answer the question, you’ll realize you have no business relying on the rankings. With a little research, you’ll find that US News’ methodology has...

Combating Violence with Law—UMass Lawyer-Alumni event

Combating Violence with Law— A Talk with UMass Alumni Attorney Sharon Stapel Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 pm 620 Thompson Sharon Stapel (Psych ‘91, CUNY Law ‘98) has spent her 20-year career working to end violence against women and members of the LGBT community.  During and after college, she was a dedicated advocate...

Meet the lawyers of Meet the Law—Fall 2012

Updated 10/16 with additional lawyers and bios! Our semi-annual Meet the Law networking event brings lawyer-alums together with students and other prospective applicants to discuss legal careers in a fun and informal setting.  This semester’s event is scheduled for October 17th.  Please register in advance! Below you’ll...

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