I had the pleasure of interviewing Janet Stanton and Bruce MacEwen from JD Match recently. If you’re familiar with Adam Smith, Esq., you’ll know Bruce and Janet and their expertise on the economics of law firms. If you’re not, check out their bios here.
For those of you [...]
Catholic University law school rose 19 places in this year’s US News rankings to #79. A few thoughts…
The rankings still appear as easy to game as they were last year, and every year prior. And they still make no effort to provide a ranking of value – expected/average earnings over cost [...]
Ethan Haines is on a hunger strike. As the self-appointed spokesman for all law students, he is “disillusioned by law school employment statistics, commercial school rankings, and antiquated career counseling programs.”
Evidently, he’s “being the change” he wants to see. (What does that even mean anyway? I want my law school [...]
Have I told you my new favorite joke?
Most don’t find it funny.
Frankly, I love it.
I crack myself every time I tell it. That’s probably because I’ve never been much of a joke teller and this one qualifies more as a witty rejoin than full on joke.
Anyway, goes something like this…
Do clothes make the man or woman? Is there anything to be said for giving some more thought to what you wear in a professional setting rather than just settling for whatever you’ve done in the past?
I’m spending this summer at a law firm in Northern Virginia where the attorneys dress business casual. Obviously [...]
The law school combines low in-state tuition, focus on clinical skills (they have 14 clinical programs), high first-time bar passage rates, and [...]
Today, I’m reading this interesting debate over at the New York Times website, asking the question whether MBA students are “students” or “consumers.” I wouldn’t say the arguments made are earth shattering or particularly insightful. But the question posed is an interesting, albeit purely theoretical, one to me. So pardon the completely [...]