Return to Blog Homepage

Logical Reasonings

A. A survey asked almost 25,000 undergrads and 1Ls what they thought about law school. And many said it’s too long, too expensive, and doesn’t focus enough on the actual work of attorneys. Maybe law schools will listen? As they say, 25,000 freshmen can’t be wrong. Above the Law

B. A former University of New Hampshire law student is suing the school for $5.3 million. He alleges that after he withdrew from the school following a code of conduct violation, the school gave him a Catch-22-style method of resolving the code violation: he could request a hearing to investigate the handling of his the code violation, but only after he re-enrolled in the school … which the school forbade him from doing, because of the outstanding code violation. Law360

C. More results from state bar exams, but these are a little less dreary. Mississippi’s bar passage rate was 58.8% for the July 2018 exam. That doesn’t sound great, but only until you learn that they had a 36% passage rate in February 2017. Mississippi Litigation Review

D. On a more positive tip, here’s a podcast on how to say happy and balanced in law school. ABA Journal

E. A Yale grad student railed against the Yale Law School for being number one in both the USNWR rankings and the producing-Supreme-Court-nominees-with-serious-sexual-misconduct-allegations rankings. Above the Law

Submit a Comment

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.