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Contingent Tuition As A Means of Access

I've had a few conversations lately about law schools that accept students with relatively low test scores and grades, and at which a noticeable percentage of students may drop out or be dismissed after the first year. Sometimes the practice… … Continue reading

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Unsurprisingly, Colorado congressional contingent contesting AG Sessions' decision to rescind Cole Memo

Two new article from the Denver Post detail the various steps being taken by various members of Congress from Colorado in response to Attorney General Sessions' recent decision to rescind the Cole Memo (basics here and here). Here are links … Continue reading

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The case for banning contingent commissions

Daniel Schwarcz, a Fellow at Harvard Law School who is going to teach at the University of Minnesota, has written an article making The Case for Banning Contingent Commissions…. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Insurance

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