Law schools roundup

  • “Law school plotted to sabotage its own students?” [Steele, Cassandra Burke Robertson, Caron on Phoenix allegations]
  • Bryan Garner’s take on law reviews [Green Bag]
  • Washington & Lee’s innovative practice-oriented third year has drawn much attention, but job placement results lag [Deborah Merritt via Alice Woolley]
  • “Law school sues for liability insurance coverage” [VLW on Liberty U., Miller-Jenkins kidnapping case]
  • The business of one high-flying law school: documents shed light on NYU [Joe Patrice, Above the Law]
  • Concussions: NFL players’ union to fund $100 million Harvard project, including HLS, on football and health [Cohen, Prawfs, with further thoughts from a notorious gadfly on lobbying by lawprofs]
  • John O. McGinnis and Russell Mangas, “An Undergraduate Option for Legal Education” [IRLE/SSRN]

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