In a recent article for the preLaw magazine, Hillary Mantis, notes that "More than perhaps any year in recent history, this is a year when applicants want to make sure law school is worth it." After identifying the basic consumer information available, she encourages pre-law students to ask four questions when deciding where to apply. To read the full article, see 4 … [Read more...] about 4 Questions for Law School
A recent article in the preLaw magazine by the National Jurist's Editor-in-Chief, Jack Crittenden, offers some positive news for recent law school graduates and, perhaps, current pre-law students. To read the full story, see Employment 2019. … [Read more...] about Glimmer of Light at the End of the Pre-Law Tunnel?
The Political Science department is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 undergraduate and graduate scholarship awards: Alice Bartee - Eric Wunsch Olivia Bischler - Ashlyn Koontz Stephen and Andrea Bough - Joshua Conaway Curl, Robert and Lyn Foster, and David Heinlein - Nathan Piche Frank Dinka, Alumni, and Book - Marissa Galloway Horace Haseltine and Judge Jack … [Read more...] about 2020 Scholarship Awards
"Floods, they've dealt with. Hurricanes, too. Earthquakes, wild fires and blizzards, as well. All such disasters forced administrators of the LSAT to make adjustments on the fly. But now comes COVID-19, which caused the cancellation of the March test and has put future tests in jeopardy." In a recent piece in the National Jurist's preLaw magazine, Mike Stetz discusses the … [Read more...] about LSAT Goes Remote
Dr. Kevin Pybas’s latest publication, Disestablishment in the Louisiana and Missouri Territories, in Disestablishment and Religious Dissent: Church-State Relations in the New American States, 1776–1833 (Carl H. Esbeck & Jonathan J. Den Hartog eds., 2019), is cited in an amici curiae brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in the companion cases of Our Lady of Guadalupe … [Read more...] about Dr. Kevin Pybas Cited in U. S. Supreme Court Amicus Brief