Professor Daniel Sokol of the University of Florida—Levin College of Law has written an article on teaching compliance in law schools.
From the abstract:
At Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business, Christopher Gallagher suggests that law schools add practical technology courses to their curriculums:
On April 30, 2015, Vice Chancellor Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancery issued an opinion denying a motion to dismiss a petition for dissolution.
Benjamin Barton, Helen and Charles Lockett Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee, has a piece at CNN about recent trends in the legal market, and why, though bad for many individual lawyers, these tre
In “Rethinking Presumed Knowledge of the Law in the Regulatory Age,” Michael Cottone analyzes ignorantia legis, the doctrine th
Collins J. Seitz, Jr., formerly colleague and mentor to Business Law Basics co-authors Sam Brickley and Brian Gottesman, has been unanimou
At the Library of Law and Liberty blog, professor John McGinnis posits that “technological shock” is the most important cause of the six year decline in law school applications:
At Electronic Discovery Law, Daniel Miller and Bree Kelly introduced their recent article titled “E-Discovery in 2015: Will You Feel