Friday Links: Law School Job Data, Law School Rankings, New Bar Exam Section and More!


iStock_000003967948XSmallHappy Friday all! Here’s our weekly roundup of law school news and tips:

How to Evaluate Law School’s Job Data (U.S. News Education)

Job availability is a major factor when it comes to choosing where to go to law school. This week U.S. News covers how to analyze a law school’s employment stats.

Should People Still Care About Law School Rankings? (Lawyerist)

U.S. News recently released its law school rankings for this year and now Lawyerist takes a look at the reality of the rankings and whether or not people should care.

The Bar Exam is About to Get Harder (The Wall Street Journal)

The bar exam currently tests constitutional law, criminal law and procedure, evidence, real property and torts. Beginning in February 2015, it will also include a new multiple-choice section on civil procedure.

Experts Answer 6 Vital Law School Questions (U.S. News Education)

Professors, attorneys, and law students answer some critical questions about law school like “will it be easier to get in this year?” and “What should you look for in the curriculum?”

My School Dropped How Much in the *#(*&@#!$# Rankings?!? (The Girl’s Guide To Law School)

Are you shocked by U.S. News’ new law school rankings? The Girl’s Guide to Law School provides a detailed breakdown of how the new rankings are calculated and what it all means.

Did we miss your favorite article? Let us know what you have been reading this week in the comments below or tweet @ManhattanLSAT?

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