Several law schools in America are having a challenge, partly caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With a lot of students already admitted for the fall, some are turning to incentives to delay enrolling. The Law School Admission Council (LSAC), in charge of the LSAT, did a survey of 200 Law schools in America. Out of these, 190 of them saw a rise in applications in the course of … [Read more...] about Overbooked law schools want kids to wait
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A new Ohio law forcing women to choose between creating or burying aborted fetal remains is drawing both praise and criticism. The law is strictly meant to shame women who have abortions, said American Civil Liberties Union attorney Jessie Hill. Forcing women to participate in religious ceremonies regarding abortions could be construed as offensive to individuals who have their … [Read more...] about Ohio Law on fetal Remains Burial Draws Mixed Feelings
Cornell Law School appoints a new dean. Jens David Ohlin was recently named as the dean of Cornell Law School. The appointment is effective, 1st July 2021, when he will become the 17th dean in the institution's history. The appointment of David as Cornell Law School's dean is not an accident. Before his inevitable promotion, he had been acting as the interim dean from … [Read more...] about Jens David Ohlin named Dean of Cornell Law School
Watching the different law enforcement responses to BLM protests at the Capitol and those of Trump supporters was clear in black and white, literally. While military presence was very heavy during the BLM protests, they did not show up for duty on the day Trump's friends invaded the Capitol. However, the sheer havoc they wreaked and the damage they caused looked nothing like … [Read more...] about If A Domestic Terrorism Law is Enacted, Who Will it Target?