In the early 1960s, law firms were operated on a pseudo-apartheid basis: there were firms that didn't hire Jewish lawyers; there were Jewish firms that hired both Jewish and non-Jewish lawyers; and mixed firms, which hired a few token Jewish applicants.
Some of the most prominent U.S. law firms have been, likely unknowingly, providing some UC Berkeley's student groups with financial support.
Yolanda De Lucchi told Newsweek the student failed the course and he had to retake it, but that he is "probably a lawyer today."
"Relieved, excited, free!" the distinguished constitutional law scholar Ilya Shapiro told me when I asked him how he felt after resigning from Georgetown University's Center for the Constitution.
"Boldness changes the world." Reddit loved the woman's hilarious response to her lecturer, who demanded she turn her webcam on while breastfeeding.
Syracuse University Law School initially failed Biden for plagiarizing, without citation, five pages from a published law review.
Every academic institution must be a place where free speech prevails—where we civilly debate the most polarizing issues of our day.
Writers of color tell Newsweek that many of the people trying to ban the books have little knowledge of what the theory is.
"Even with a law degree you aren't going to be able to out earn a coke habit," one commenter wrote.
The University of California Hastings College of the Law voted to change its name to distance itself from its founder's attacks against Indigenous people
The longest-serving chief justice in the United States Supreme Court is having his name removed from University of Illinois' law school after investigation into his pro-slavery actions.
Other students reported the student for saying women were the weaker sex.
The Republican senator was confronted after a press conference during which he spoke out against "court packing."
The dean of Georgetown's law school sent a chilling message: if you are to participate in any discussion regarding grades and race, you must express the politically correct view of the matter.
As a former law clerk of hers, I am one of the many people who models his life on Judge Barrett's.
"Trust is your bond, and if people trust you to be a person of your word, that will carry you far in the profession," Jeh Johnson said.
A conservative University of Chicago Law School professor deleted his Twitter for a second time after commenting that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was only appointed due to her "Latinaness."
The couple reportedly broke up in the fall.
The 23-year-old toured Harvard, Columbia and NYU, but she's reportedly headed to Georgetown.