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TweetClass action lawsuits were recently filed in five states against a number of law schools, adding to the number of lawsuits pending against law schools throughout the Country. The suits allege that the law schools inflated employment data, causing students to enroll in the law schools, only to later discover, after incurring mountains of student […]

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TweetI emailed Bob Ambrogi early in the day to discuss Future Tweet, our discussion on Twitter about the Future of the Legal Industry questions we had developed.  Usually the optimist, I told him, “I’m not expecting a big turnout.”   We didn’t really advertise or market this, a blog post by me and one by Bob […]

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TweetA few days ago we posted about the Future of the Legal Industry (FOLI) event from last week.  The Wall Street Journal has followed up with an article about FOLI called, “Legal Heavies Tackle the First-Year Associate Dilemma.”   Writer Ashby Jones gives a good overview of the evening’s events and highlights what he says […]

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TweetAs the summer wraps up and the white pants get packed away until next year, the action in Connected heats up.  We hit the 15,000 member mark, posted the Networks for Counsel survey, had very favorable mentions in an article on Bloomberg.com, welcomed in a wave of law student members, and had a system release […]

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