For today’s generation of aspiring law students, a career in the law is less about making a buck, and more about making an impact, a new study suggests. According to a survey conducted by Gallup for the Association of American ...Read More »
The University of South Carolina and Charleston law schools combined for a 37.3 percent pass rate on the most recent bar exam, each continuing its recent February slide. Forty-three USC grads sat for the exam; 18 passed. The 41.86 percent ...Read More »
With a growing number of law schools accepting the Graduate Record Exam in lieu of the Law School Admissions Test, surely there is an easy way for admissions committees to equate GRE scores with LSAT scores. According to the Educational ...Read More »
The new U.S. News & World Report law school rankings are out, and though there was some significant, scattered shuffling from top to bottom, South Carolina’s two law schools stayed put. The University of South Carolina School of Law remained ...Read More »
Both of South Carolina’s law schools posted lower pass rates for February’s bar exam than they did last year, and graduates of out-of-state institutions stole the show in the Palmetto State’s first administration of the Uniform Bar Exam. Since the ...Read More »
The Charleston School of Law has filed paperwork seeking approval from the American Bar Association for its planned transition to a nonprofit school, beginning a process that, if successful, will lead to the exit of two of the school’s controversial ...
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