A recent article on NYTimes.com warns that the job market is still a tough place for law school graduates. With a shortage of positions for new attorneys, the decision of where to attend law school may be more important than ever. If you’re considering earning your JD, you may want to check out the US… Read More


When thinking about college degrees, many focus solely on bachelors degrees, which are by far the most common. But then there is a whole other level of educational attainment. A bachelor’s degree qualifies you to continue onto a master’s degree or a professional degree, the kind of degree that might lead to a career as… Read More


No longer will Harvard University be offering a year of free tuition to law students who go into public service after graduation. In an email to staff the Law School Dean Martha Minow announced to faculty and staff that the Public Service Initiative for future incoming classes would be suspended.… Read More