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To: LEGAL AFFAIRS EDITORS Contact: Mandy Schrank, Executive Director of Education Law Association, +1-937-229-3589, Fax: +1-937-229-3845, email@example.com DAYTON, Ohio, Aug.
By Heidi Schult Gregory I love summer, and I love summer in Rochester. Summer, with its longer, lighter days, has a certain flow, a more relaxed feel. It is a season known for barbeques, outdoor fun, relaxation and vacations.
By Caryn Tamber In the fictional town of Lake Wobegon, all the children are above average. In law school, not so much. Only a handful of people can be at the top of the class. They're the ones you'll find bustling around in their interview-day best for on-campus recruiting this fall.
Anybody notice a shortage of lawyers around here? Didn't think so. Yet the New York Legislature has quietly allocated $50 million in seed money to create three new law schools in a state that already has 15 of them.
By JUSTIN POPE, AP education writer To hear many students tell it, law school is a guaranteed ticket to a well-paying career. So a recent milestone must have sounded like good news.
By Howard MintzSTAFF This time each year, thousands of law school graduates like Santa Clara University's Meghan Piano retreat into a hermit's existence. They trade the joys of summer for stressful 10-hour days preparing for mind-numbing essays and questions that trace back to Socrates.
By Howard Mintz, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 7--This time each year, thousands of law school graduates like Santa Clara University's Meghan Piano retreat into a hermit's existence.
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