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Why I Went To Law School

They struggle with whether they should actually finish law school. They wonder if they should even go through with it and take the bar. They are looking for guidance on how to find alternative ... can ... read more

Merging law schools, merging firms: What does it mean?

The University of Minnesota, one of the top public schools in the country, is considered #1. (St. Thomas is the other school in the Twin Cities.) All the schools are close to one another, and the Minn... read more

How Google and Amazon Got Away With Not Being Regulated

Tim Wu is a policy advocate, a professor at Columbia Law School, and a contributing opinion writer ... Yet both American and European regulators found themselves unable to find anything wrong with the ... read more

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The Bottom Line: Deepening Pockets

It wasn’t that long ago when it was a struggle to find anyone who wanted to invest significant ... Todd received his BA from Vassar College in 2003 and JD from UCLA School of Law in 2007 and is a lice... read more


Realities and Challenges of Recuperated Workplaces in Argentina

Andres Ruggeri: Facultad Abierta (Open School ... in Argentina we find this strong ERT movement without there being a strong “workers’” party. How do the leftist parties position themselves vis-a-vis ... read more

MADEJ: Finance and herd behavior

There are few undergraduates in finance-related courses at the School of Management or the Law School. It is easy to begin investing in the stock market — and instructive ... current bankers struggle ... read more

Yes, Going To Law School During The Great Recession Turned Out To Be A Terrible Idea

Here it is from the ABA Journal: For respondents who graduated from law school during the Great Recession—which ... Of the post-recession graduates, 26 percent said that it took them more than one yea... read more

In Philadelphia, a Progressive D.A. Tests the Power — and Learns the Limits — of His Office

He had become a model for other progressives seeking office — for outsiders with grass-roots support and uncompromising platforms for change, for D.A. candidates proclaiming themselves the ... first d... read more

“Shall I Feed My Daughter, or Educate Her?”

There has been an explosion of new private schools, largely unregulated, of wildly varying quality. A lack of access to government schools for many poor people has created a booming market for low ... ... read more

Capitalism Is Killing Patients, And Their Physicians – OpEd

A few corporations control most of the market for each of the commodities they produce ... least told so–other than to continue through residency. They know that to find themselves at this stage, they ... read more

Your State-by-State Guide to Women Running in the Midterms

“My role in this election is to find common ground between people ... age at the beginning of the women's movement, whose law school class was 40 percent female, but who has watched many women struggl... read more

Reinventing Professionals: Where is the legal industry headed in 2017?

Bill Henderson: The number of graduates in 2017 will be the lowest for ABA-accredited law schools. You have to go back to 1978 to find a similar ... market is now more complicated. Law departments are ... read more



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