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UR Law unveils its short list of dean candidates

Richmond Law Dean John Douglass, soon to return to the professorial life, will be succeeded by someone from this list, according to the school: Wendy Perdue, Professor of Law and Associate Dean at Georgetown University Law Center. Joel Reidenberg, the ...

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Blogging professor lists UVa as top law school

Paul Caron, author of the TaxProf Blog, has crunched a new set of numbers to rank law schools. The way Caron weighs the numbers, the University of Virginia comes out number one, as reported by the ABA Journal. Caron analyzed ...

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Reality Check (access required)

The decline in the job market for law school graduates has generated a bitter backlash against the business of legal education. Law schools are being accused of running Ponzi schemes and worse as students claim they were lured into expensive ...

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William & Mary to honor late Marine Lewis Puller Jr.

(AP) — The College of William & Mary’s Law School is naming its veterans’ legal clinic after the late Marine officer and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lewis B. Puller Jr. The Williamsburg college plans to hold a Veterans Day ceremony today ...

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Mediation, from grass roots to governor’s mansion (access required)

Mediation practice thrives in Virginia, having begun at the grass-roots level some 20 years ago. Pioneers of the movement and current and aspiring practitioners gathered Oct. 20 at the University of Richmond law school to celebrate National Mediation Month, sponsored ...

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New U.S. News ranking category?

Law students at Regent University’s law school blow off steam playing intramural flag football. Not so weird, you might say, but these people really take this stuff seriously. There’s even a website where the team rankings are listed (the 3L ...

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