Home / Tag Archives: law school

Tag Archives: law school

Feed Subscription

Site News: Miscellaneous Edition

Site News: Miscellaneous Edition

Friday, end of the week, time to relax! Or just continue working over the weekend (which is what I’ll be doing for part of it). Anyway, a few odds and ends that I wanted to mention. Above The Law Column ...

Read More »

Law Schools: “Give Me Your Weak…”

Law Schools: “Give Me Your Weak…”

Over at The Legal Whiteboard, Jerry Organ has taken my initial observation about the decline in law school applications from elite universities and run with it. In a series of posts titled Understanding Trends in Demographics of Law Students (Parts One and Two), ...

Read More »

The Task Force Recommends Forming A New Task Force

The Task Force Recommends Forming A New Task Force

So I went through the ABA Task Force On The Future Of Legal Education Draft Report in detail. So many words that don’t actually say anything. Attention Task Force: Stop with all the definitions. “Organizations, which are composed of people,” “culture …” ...

Read More »

Ten Competencies Law Schools Should Teach – But Don’t

Ten Competencies Law Schools Should Teach – But Don’t

  The first day on the job for a new lawyer is overwhelming. Theoretically, law school has prepared a new lawyer to be a functioning  attorney. In reality, most new lawyers are clueless. Especially K-JDs.* Most new lawyers wouldn’t be able to ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top
My new book is available now. Grab it here.