October 10, 2014
Signs of the times, cont.: Elon Law cuts tuition, creates 2 1/2 year degree for all students
October 06, 2014
Signs of the times, cont.: Cooley Law issues "Notice of Intent to Close"...
...its Ann Arbor campus (Cooley has several other campuses, however).
October 03, 2014
Another sign of the times: Roger Williams continues with tuition reduction and three-year tuition guarantee
RWU's news release here.
October 02, 2014
Signs of the times: tuition rising at Berkeley
Not surprising, the UC professional schools are all now de facto private.
September 29, 2014
Three Chicago law schools prevail in lawsuits brought by graduates
September 25, 2014
More on Thomas Jefferson and the prospect of law schools closing
September 23, 2014
Akron, Cincinnatti, Toledo see enrollment declines, while majority of Ohio schools hold steady (or show gains) from 2013
See especially the chart accompanying the article, which focuses on Toledo's woes. My guess is that Cincinnatti's anomalous enrollment drop is due to a desire to preserve its national rank.
September 21, 2014
Signs of the times: Thomas Jefferson Law School misses bond payment, seeks restructuring of debts
MOVING TO FRONT FROM SEPT. 17: UPDATED
Story here. TJLS is a free-standing law school in San Diego, facing two better-established competitors in the local market, California Western and University of San Diego.
UPDATE: Blog Emperor Caron reports bad news for TJLS from one of the ratings agencies (not that they have much credibility, but....).
September 18, 2014
$50 million naming gift for Drexel's law school
September 17, 2014
One lawyer, one law professor receive MacCarthur Fellowships (CORRECTION: TWO lawyers)
They are: William Mitchell law professor and Native American advocate Sarah Deer, civil rights lawyer Mary Bonauto, and criminal defense lawyer Jonathan Rapping.
(These used to be called "genius" awards until it became clear they weren't really being awarded for "genius." Now they recognize people doing innovative [often political or social] work in a wide variety of fields.)
(Thanks to Orin Kerr for the pointer.)
ANOTHER CORRECTION: Rapping is also a law professor, at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School.