Category Archives: Law School News
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals will be hearing oral argument at BYU Law School next week. The Law Library has compiled the briefs and lower court opinions in the various cases for law students and faculty to review.
BYU Law was #1 in U.S. News’s recent “10 Law Schools that Leave Grads with the Least Debt.” The article looked at indebtedness of the Class of 2014 and found that BYU Law Grads had an average debt of $54,203, … Continue reading
Take a look at the exciting things BYU law faculty members are working on by subscribing to the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School Research Paper Series on SSRN.
BYU Law was recently ranked #22 in Above the Law’s Top 50 Law Schools for 2015. ATL’s ranking looks at employment score, quality jobs score, SCOTUS clerk and federal judgeship scores, education cost, alumni rating, and M7 ratio (debt per … Continue reading
BYU Law School was recently ranked #38 in the National Law Journal’s ranking of associates promoted to partner in 2014 (BYU Law School affiliation required for this link). These rankings were part of NLJ’s 2015 Go-To Law Schools. More rankings … Continue reading
As many of you know, the library’s room 275/76 was one of several areas under construction this summer. Room 275/76 was originally the library’s computer lab, but as laptops become common the space was better used as a classroom. Over … Continue reading
Here are a few construction pictures from last week.
100,000 downloads. That was the milestone our digital repository hit last week. Pretty impressive if you ask us. The Howard W. Hunter Law Library Digital Collections, which debuted at the end of last summer, provides free access to a number of … Continue reading
The interior of the Law School is undergoing construction this summer, but the law library remains open. Our summer hours are 8am-6pm Mon.-Sat. The entrance into the library from the East parking lot has moved slightly, but there are signs … Continue reading
The American Inns of Court is a wonderful organization that allows students to rub shoulders with and learn from practicing attorneys and judges. BYU law students interested in litigation should seriously consider applying for student membership in next year’s A. Sherman Christensen … Continue reading