Law Schools


Law professor’s book spotlights service workers’ fight for unions

August 26, 2015
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law professor Fran Quigley's book, “If We Can Win Here: The New Front Lines of the Labor Movement,” examines how the push for higher wages and better working conditions is playing out in the very red Hoosier state.More.

Law school deans excited about Class of 2018

August 26, 2015
Law schools in Indiana are conducting orientations and starting classes for the 2015-2016 academic year. The class sizes are approximate and deans anticipate the numbers will change slightly, but overall they are excited about the new crop of students.More.

Indiana Tech Law School restarts accreditation process, welcomes Zoeller

August 25, 2015
Indiana Tech Law School, which began the fall semester Aug. 24, is welcoming a new class of first-year students and mounting another effort to gain preliminary accreditation.More.

Law school deans excited about Class of 2018

August 21, 2015
At the University of Notre Dame Law School, Dean Nell Jessup Newton bet on the “summer melt” but ended up losing to Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs Kevin O’Rear.More.

Job market somewhat improved for law school grads

August 12, 2015
The National Association for Law Placement’s new analysis of the job market heralded the first rise in the employment rate in eight years for new law school graduates. However, the uptick comes with two caveats.More.
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