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Fixed That Law Jobs Chart

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Over at Lawyerist, Sam put up a post on a chart recently put out by American Lawyer: Actually, Legal Jobs Aren’t Recovering: Since legal employment bottomed out in 2009 Q4, the net gain is just about 100,000 jobs. That’s something, but ...

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Class of 2013 Job Results: All Schools

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I was chatting about the ABA 509 data over in r/lawschool the other day when redditor bl1nds1ght mentioned that he had compiled all the employment data for the class of 2013 from the good folks over at Law School Transparency. He said ...

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The Walking Dead: ABA 509 Matriculant Data On All Unranked Schools

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Yesterday over at Above The Law, Elie took a look at some of the 509 data I’ve been reporting on these past few days. You know who is doing just fine in the current low-application environment? YALE! Yale is the ...

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ABA Matriculant Data: Schools 51-100

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Here is the matriculant data for the next 50 schools. On a side note, I saw at the Tax Prof blog that the Dean of UNLV’s law school recently said, This is the best time to apply and go to law ...

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ABA 509 Matriculant Data: Top 50 Schools

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Last week I pulled out all of the data from the ABA’s 509 Informational Reports on the top ten and bottom ten ranked schools. Thigns didn’t look good. In the interest of really getting an idea of how law schools ...

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The Great Conversation: Brunelleschi, Failure, and Invention of the Renaissance

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Keith has talked a lot in this blog about the difficulties in establishing oneself in practice coming out of law school, the insecurity and/or feeling of failure that young lawyers experience, the dedication and ethic(s) required to succeed, etc. Recently, and from ...

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What Did One Math Book Say To The Other?

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Law schools have traditionally done one thing with their students: taught them to “think like lawyers.” Through the Socratic method and study of case law, students are given the tools to analyze and understand the law. But as we all ...

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