Category Archive: Law School

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New Law School Rankings Are Out, But Should They Matter to You?

There’s a new law school ranking out this week, and it’s not the dominant and ubiquitous U.S. News & World Report Law School Rankings. Rather, Above the Law has released their own yearly law school rankings: The Above the Law Top 50 Law School Rankings of 2018.

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RSVP to the Two Webinars We’re Hosting Next Tuesday!

When it comes to the LSAT, knowledge is power. And what better way to acquire that knowledge than through two free webinars that you can watch from the comfort of your own home (i.e., with pajamas on)? Next Tuesday, you can power up with two of the free webinars we’re hosting on the LSAT and law school admissions, pajamas and all.

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Do Your Research: No One Else Can Protect You From Garbage Law Schools

The American Bar Association has been taking it on the chin lately, getting sued by a shuttered law schools, students from said shuttered law school, and other law schools for how it enforces its accreditation standards. This is happening as the ABA prepares to remove the standardized testing requirement for law schools and use different requirements. Whatever system it ends up using, I think this string of lawsuits makes clear that the ABA won’t be as good at keeping an applicant away from a bad law school as that applicant will be. So this post is designed to help applicants familiarize themselves with the various research tools available to assess the strengths of law schools.

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Law Students of the World, Unite and Take Over

Recently, after law professors and law students brought to light that some firms make summer associates sign arbitration agreements for employment-related claims, including sexual harassment claims, law students banded together and got a bunch of law schools (including all of the T14 schools) to ask that firms participating in campus recruiting disclose such policies. Hearing about this story made me start thinking about what else the collective bargaining power of law students could accomplish.

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Don’t Forget to Secure Your Spot to Next Wednesday’s Webinars!

Friendly reminder, everyone, to sign up for and attend the webinars on the LSAT and law school admissions that we’re hosting next Wednesday, May 16. These webinars will go over all the details you need to know about the LSAT and the law school application process. We could drone on about why it’s so helpful to know about these details before you start studying for the LSAT or gathering your application materials, but we’d prefer to speak in a language that you, the youth, understand:

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RSVP to the Free LSAT and Admissions Webinars We’re Hosting Next Wednesday

Summer … a time when the weather goes up, your responsibilities go down, and the pursuit of good times and relaxation reins supreme. Unless, of course, your plans involve applying to law school in the fall. In which case, you’ll have more on your plate this summer than the most gluttonous relative at your family cookout.

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Sign Up for Our May 16th LSAT and Admissions Webinars!

If you’re anything like me before my LSAT studies, you know that “webinar” is one of those techy, 21st century words, but you don’t know how it’s relevant to you. Put simply, a webinar is a seminar conducted over the internet web. And in the case of the webinars put on by Blueprint on May 16, they give you *free* LSAT and law school info *and* give you a discount on Blueprint LSAT courses.

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Legal Field Trips: Appellate Litigation

For the last couple weeks, we’ve been doing a series on various areas of the law. So far, we’ve covered securities law and criminal law. This week we’re going to take up appellate litigation. While this is a relatively niche area, it is another one that a lot of people seem to talk about before and during law school.