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UMass Law Pros and Cons

Pros: UMass President Jack Wilson, Governor Deval Patrick, UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean MacCormack and Southern New England Law School officials contend that the financials for the proposal have been fully vetted and will not incur further costs to the UMass system, but in fact will generate new income: The University...

Interview with Brian Leiter, law school rankings maven

I won’t hesitate to give you the most important take-away from this interview: Anyone who thinks that “top 14” demarcates a relevant category of law schools has already made a mistake!   ... but it’s worth reading the rest of the interview as well.   Brian Leiter is a professor...

Lawyer-alumni career panel: Law outside the courtroom

Friday, April 21st at noonSOM 210The low-down on transactional practice—what is that other thing lawyers do besides litigate? Two practicing attorneys (and UMass alums) and SOM Prof. Jennifer Taub will talk about their work and career paths, and answer your questions. Featuring:Daniel Pierce, Duane Morris, UMass ‘95 (Political Science),...

“Worst job market yet”

That’s the headline for the latest legal employment report from NALP, the Association for Legal Career Professionals. Reporting on the Class of 2011’s employment 9 months after graduation (February 2012), NALP found that Only 85.6% of graduates (for whom employment status was known) were employed Only 65.4% (of those for whom the employment...

Law school’s value proposition

The debate about whether law school is a worthwhile investment got some renewed mainstream media interest this past week when the New York Times published an op-ed from Case Western Reserve Law School Dean Lawrence Mitchell.  In short, Mitchell contends that law school is worth the money. Several commentators...

Legal employment and its discontents - UPDATE 8-19

Another recent article on legal employment (or the lack thereof) and who’s to blame. The bottom line, from my perspective: before you invest $100,000+ in law school, make darn sure it’s worth it to you, given your current circumstances and your specific aspirations for legal practice.  Research, research, research. ...

Internship opportunitiy: The Boston Lawyers Group

The Boston Lawyers Group‘s mission is to “support the efforts of its member organizations to identify, recruit, advance and retain attorneys of color.” Its member organizations are law firms and legal organizations in and around Boston.  One of the group’s key programs is aimed at developing the “...

Summer and fall law firm internships

This just in from local law firm Dunn & Phillips: The Law Offices of Dunn and Phillips Amherst is currently accepting applicants for both summer and fall positions in our firm. We have 2 opportunities for internships, one as a Legal Intern, and one as a Marketing Intern. Descriptions of the...

Why I’m happy UMass Law got accredited

If you’ve followed this blog, read even a little of my website, or just seen a few of the depressing articles I’ve linked to on Facebook, you know I’m not an uncritical booster of law school and legal careers in general.  In fact, I’m pretty...

Law school forums: What to know before you go

The New York City and Boston LSAC Law School Forums are coming up—NYC this weekend, 10/18-19, and Boston on Monday 10/21.  Should you go?  What can you get out of these forums? All your questions are answered below. What does a Law School Forum look like? It’s...

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