The business and legal worlds have evolved rapidly in the last twenty years. Email, internet access, and online research tools, once novelties, are now considered the most basic of necessities.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) reported the results of a newly released poll on the topic of college campus due process:
At The American Lawyer, Chris Johnson has a piece entitled "You Really Don't Want To Submit Bills Like These." Johnson profiles some of the more col
Gimmick or the beginning of the end of the legal industry as we know it? Only time will tell...
As reported in the New Hampshire Bar News:
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:
Magna Carta was signed 800 years ago today.
We posted earlier this year on the history and significance of this pivotal document.
At Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business, Christopher Gallagher suggests that law schools add practical technology courses to their curriculums: