Legal Hiring Falls To 18 Year Low: We Need More Law Schools!

It’s official. The number and quality of legal jobs has declined and will not return. Just listen to what the National Association of Legal Placement (NALP) says about it. P.S. Would You Like Fries With That? Like this:Like Loading…

The Death of the Buggy-Whip Industry, etc.

  The buggy-whip, stable, leather, tanning, and a hundred other industries became virtually obsolete the day Henry Ford’s first horseless carriages rumbled off the assembly-line. Of course, it was some time before the last industry participants passed away, but the…

GrexIt Take 2

A few weeks ago I posted a video introduction to knowledge-management application GrexIt. Many people apparently want to know more, so here is a synopsis of what this free tool can do. GrexIt works on the principal that vital information is often…

Never a Better Time to Be a Lawyer!

  As we all know, there are lies, damn lies, and statistics. For example, according to this piece in the ABA Journal, about 68% of 2010 law school grads reported landing a job as an Attorney – the lowest percentage since…

Unemployed Editor-in-Chief of Chicago-Kent Law Review Blames Book Author (ABA Journal)

Via abajournal.com It seems the editor-in-chief of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, one David Freedman, was unable to find work. According to a piece in Above the Law sourced by the ABA Journal, interviewing, volunteering, applying for clerkships, and surfing the Internet…

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