Corrected: Convicted of manslaughter after stabbing a friend to death five years ago, a law student at the University of British Columbia had to interrupt his legal education after completing his second year to serve two years in jail.But Sasan Ansari, 32, will return to school … [Read more...] about Paroled in Manslaughter Case, Law Student Will Resume Legal Education This Fall
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I had the best time last week, standing on stage in Tull Auditorium at my alma mater, Emory Law School and presenting an hour-long speech to the shiny new first-year law students at the 7th annual Bass Career Summit. I don’t think many of my … [Read more...] about Helping Law Students Build a More-Successful Careers.
In some Detroit schools, Mark Rosenbaum says, there are more rats than teachers.Rosenbaum visited several of the city’s schools last year to prepare for a class action lawsuit alleging that those schools are chronically and catastrophically underfunded. What he found, he … [Read more...] about Right to Learn: Advocates for Detroit students say there’s a constitutional claim to literacy
The subject of unpaid interns doing productive work has become a hot button in recent months. High profile lawsuits have been filed, and it has become a reflex response among informed employers not to entertain the possibility of unpaid interns. Undoubtedly the subject in … [Read more...] about Does the Department of Labor (DOL) Letter on Law Students Signal a Broader Acceptance of Intern Arrangements?
It is no secret today that law graduates are faced with a plethora of opportunities where their legal skills are used extensively. Working for companies and as entrepreneurs is one such area. People today go to law school with a business ambition. Combining law with other skills … [Read more...] about A Law Student in The Stanford University Business School: From Lawyer to Entrepreneur