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Standard 310: The ABA’s New Take on Credits

By Kyle Steenland, Associate Editor In the past year, the American Bar Association (ABA) released Standard 310 (Standard) — a standard that would impact virtually every law student currently enrolled in accredited law schools.[1] This Standard delineates precisely what constitutes a “credit hour” and sets forth the requirements needed to […]

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After Marriage: The Legal Landscape for LGBT Family Rights

By Nicole Prieto, Editor-in-Chief LGBT rights remain a hotly contested subject in 2017. From a newly minted Circuit split and inter-executive agency dispute in employment law,[1] to First Amendment justifications for discriminatory business decisions,[2] there is no dearth of legal challenges that have tested the boundaries of modern LGBT rights. […]

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