Tag:Legal Education

Nebraska Law Review Bulletin Publishes “Regulators, Mount Up” by Prof. Trachtenberg

September 6th, 2013

The Nebraska Law Review Bulletin published “Regulators, Mount Up” by Prof. Ben Trachtenberg. His piece, which concerns the regulation of law school marketing, replies to two pieces recently published by the Bulletin, by Jeffrey Stake of the

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Professor Travels to South America to Teach, Present

September 3rd, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong travelled recently to Cartagena, Colombia, to present a paper on procedural autonomy at the Sixth International Congress of Procedural Law. The paper, which answers the question of why harmonization of common law and civil

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Law School Faculty Lead Workshops at the 2013 SEALS Annual Conference

August 29th, 2013

The 2013 Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) held its Annual Conference from August 4-10. Several School of Law faculty led workshops at the conference: Dean Gary Myers and Professors Robert Bailey, R. Lawrence Dessem, Joshua Hawley,

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Prof. Trachtenberg Interviewed about Recent Ethical Issues in Law School Admissions

August 27th, 2013

The National Law Journal and the Wall Street Journal Law Blog recently interviewed Prof. Ben Trachtenberg about recent ethical controversies resulting in “pretty significant” bar sanctions for two former law school officials. Prof. Trachtenberg caught the national

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Nebraska Law Review Bulletin Publishes Second Response to Prof. Trachtenberg’s Article

August 15th, 2013

The Nebraska Law Review Bulletin has published a second response to Prof. Ben Trachtenberg’s article “Law School Marketing and Legal Ethics.” The response, by University of Indiana Prof. Jeffrey Stake, is titled “Improving Law School ‘Transparency.’”