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4 Jan 2021, 2:00 am by Paul Caron
Following upon my previous posts (links below): Derek Muller (Iowa), Which Law Schools Have the Best and Worst Debt-to-Income Ratios Among Recent Graduates? [read post]
31 Dec 2020, 6:57 am by Derek T. Muller
(Nov. 21, 2019) (1960)I have omitted "most popular search results" (99% of search results not disclosed by search engine, very few common searches in 2020).Sponsored content: noneRevenue generated: nonePlatform: SquarespacePrivacy disclosuresExternal trackers: one (Google Analytics)Individuals with internal access to site at any time in 2020: one (Derek Muller)*Over the course of a year, various spam bots may begin to visit the site at a high rate. [read post]
30 Dec 2020, 5:12 am by Steve Lubet
NOTE: After writing this, but before posting, I came across a similar discussion in Derek Muller's Excess of Democracy blog, observing that a comparable false statement had been included in a SCOTUS brief in the Michigan litigation (submitted by three of the lawyers representing Gohmert, among others, with Sidney Powell as counsel of record). [read post]
28 Dec 2020, 4:00 am by Paul Caron
Derek Muller (Iowa), Law School First Year Academic Dismissals Drop More Than 50% After Spring Semester Without Grades: Back in March, I shared some reflections that were mostly against the idea of moving to pass-fail grading, identifying some value of grades in the spring, especially among first-year students, and some... [read post]
23 Dec 2020, 4:00 am by Paul Caron
Derek Muller (Iowa), Law School 1L JD Enrollment Holds Steady For 7th Straight Year as Non-JD Enrollment Climbs to All-Time Highs: The 2020 law school enrollment figures have been released. [read post]
21 Dec 2020, 10:26 am by Howard Bashman
Pennsylvania Would Have Upended the Electoral College; Texas’s innovative injury would allow any state to sue any other state, directly in the Supreme Court, for breach of its election laws”: Derek Muller has this post at the “Law & Liberty” blog. [read post]
27 Oct 2020, 9:55 am by Kalvis Golde
The panel will feature professors Rebecca Green of William & Mary, Richard Hasen of UC Irvine, Lisa Manheim of the University of Washington, Derek Muller of the University of Iowa, Nathaniel Persily of Stanford, Richard Pildes of NYU, Charles Stewart III of MIT and Franita Tolson of the University of Southern California. [read post]
15 Oct 2020, 2:00 am by mes286
Pildes, Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law, New York University School of Law, and Derek Muller, Professor of Law, Iowa Law School, speak today at a free webinar in honor of the 37th Annual Jefferson B. [read post]
7 Sep 2020, 1:19 pm by Paul Horwitz
With due caution and various caveats but a serious underlying point, I commend to you this post by Derek Muller at the Excess of Democracy blog. [read post]
7 Jul 2020, 3:08 pm by Josh Blackman
Derek Muller pointed out several other distinctions: In Colorado, however, plaintiffs faced several challenges. [read post]
7 Jul 2020, 3:40 am by Edith Roberts
Derek Muller unpacks the decision at Excess of Democracy. [read post]
5 Jul 2020, 2:24 pm by Derek T. Muller
Muller, The High Cost of Lowering the Bar, 32 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 307 (2019)Using a large dataset drawn from publicly available California State Bar records, our analysis shows that bar exam score is significantly related to likelihood of State Bar discipline throughout a lawyer’s career. [read post]
22 Jun 2020, 4:35 am by Howard Friedman
From SSRN:Kristin Pryor, Vaccination and the Effect on Custody When One Parent Opts Out, (May 5, 2020).Derek T. [read post]
8 Jun 2020, 7:30 am by Paul Caron
Derek Muller (Pepperdine), Visualizing Legal Employment Outcomes in California in 2019: This is the eighth and last in a series of visualizations on legal employment outcomes for the Class of 2019. [read post]
14 May 2020, 4:04 am by Edith Roberts
At Excess of Democracy, Derek Muller offers “highlights from oral argument,” noting that “[i]t’s hard to overstate how many times the justices asked either side about limiting principles—do electors have unfettered discretion? [read post]