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UK Students Charged With Sky High Penalty Rates On Their Loans
February 19, 2018
Students in the UK who have taken out a student loan since 2012 face high interest rates on their loans. Find out what you need to know--and what the UK is doing to correct the problem.

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What is Boosting Interest in Law Studies in the US?
February 13, 2018
While law school applications have been trending downward for the past few years, a recent report from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) reveals a significant uptick in interest during the 2018-2019 admissions cycle. While several factors are responsible for the reversal, experts say increased...

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Singapore to Send Lawyers Abroad
February 5, 2018
A new program will launch lawyers from Singapore onto the international stage by offering opportunities to network. Learn more about this exciting program.

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Is Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg Coming to Your Law School?
January 30, 2018
U2, Lorde, and Kendrick Lamar may be among the most-hyped tours in the music world for 2018, but another name has serious rock star status on the law school circuit. We’re talking about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who today kicks off a tour of four Northeast law schools scheduled for the weeks ah...

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The Law School GRE Creep Gains Ground
January 24, 2018
Thinking of going to law school but not excited about studying for the LSAT? We’ve got good news for you: There’s a good chance your top law school make accept the GRE instead. Here’s a closer look at the trend dubbed the “GRE creep.”

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Students Ask Female Professors For More Favors Than Male Ones, According to Study
January 16, 2018
A new study shows the subtler, nuanced edge of gender discrimination: asking for favors. The study found that female professors receive more requests for favors and exceptions than their male counterparts. Let’s take a closer look.

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A Victory for Mother Tongue Education in South Africa
January 9, 2018
A recent court ruling in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria is being celebrated as a victory for advocates of mother tongue education in rural areas of South Africa. Here’s a closer look at this development, along with why insiders say it’s important.

What Degree do EU Leaders Have in Common?
December 26, 2017
Forty percent of all EU leaders share one common trait—the degree they earned. Let’s take a closer look at what it is and how it will serve them in politics.

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Understanding the Push for Diversity in Law in Ontario
December 19, 2017
The push for diversity in the law profession is of great importance in many countries. In Canada, the call to ensure diversity has bumped up against issues surrounding freedom of expression. Here's a closer look a the issue.

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What Would a Net Neutrality Repeal Mean for College Students?
December 11, 2017
On December 14, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on repealing net neutrality. The expected vote will overturn regulations on cable and communications companies and will allow broadband companies to slow or block sites, and apps, deciding which content gets to users faster. The potent...

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January 17, 2019

Attending law school is a pivotal step on the journey to becoming a legal professional. But the reality is it's not all sunshine and roses. In additio...


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January 1, 2019

Today is not just New Year’s Day, it’s also Copyright Law Day. And while it may not be as well-known as its shared holiday, it’s still important...


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December 19, 2018

Whether you’re a law student or a law graduate, you have probably got a lot of commitments in your life. Adding another item to your to-do list may ...