The new Calgary Curriculum: what we’ve done (Canadian Lawyer Magazine)

Read how University of Calgary Faculty of Law (Canada) used LSSSE to help inform the development of a new curriculum.

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Our director, Aaron N. Taylor, discusses law school enrollment trends on NPR

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Aaron Taylor, a law professor at St. Louis University who monitors patterns of student enrollment, about the declining number of people applying to law school.

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“Statistics suggest ‘reverse Robin Hood scheme’ by law schools, prof says” (ABA Journal)

The percentage of black and Latino students entering law school last year was at a record high, but those groups may be subsidizing the cost of law school for their more privileged peers.

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Our director, Aaron N. Taylor, publishes op-ed in The Chronicle of Higher Education

Today, with higher law-school tuition rates and lower expectations of benefits for graduates, financial-aid policies that foist the highest costs on the poorest students are untenable — and unethical. Opportunity devoid of equity is little more than exploitation. Legal education must do better, and soon.

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“Expected Law School Student Loan Debt Continues to Grow, According to New Survey” (GoodCall)

If you thought your undergraduate student loans were stressful, the amount of money involved in going to law school may blow you away. The newest update to the Law School Survey of Student Engagement focuses on the financial implications of earning a Juris Doctorate.

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