Blog Archives for November 2009

Vote for justice!

November 18, 2009

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Looking for a job? You've come to the right place

November 17, 2009 This post was written by Debra Reh, Program Assistant for the Office of Career Services. It originally appeared on the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law blog. Read More

The FDA Steps In: Regulating Prescription Drug Promotion on the Internet

November 13, 2009 This is a guest post from Equal Justice Works Alumna Kate Greenwood. It was first published at Health Reform Watch, a publication of Seton Hall Law School, and also appeared on the Health Care BlogRead More

Going beyond law school rankings

November 12, 2009 A recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report found that the competition for better rankings and an increasingly hands-on approach to educating students is responsible for driving up the cost of law school. The report further blamed the focus on rankings for a drop in the number of minorities enrolled in law schools, which the report says could be due to reluctance by schools to admit applicants with lower LSAT scores.  And since the median LSAT score is a huge factor in a school’s ranking, this has Read More

Challenging the school-to-prison pipeline

November 9, 2009 bregeEqual Justice Works Fellow Cary Brege, an attorney at Legal Aid of North Carolina, is investigating suspension rates and challenging the school-to-prison pipeline. She recently helped one client - an eigth-grade student named Marcus Renkel - challenge his Read More

Renewing commitments to public interest law

November 3, 2009


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