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Northwestern Law Dean: Let Students "Vote With Their Feet" | Bloomberg Law
Mar. 28 (Bloomberg Law) -- Northwestern Dean Daniel Rodriguez says he supports a proposal under consideration in New York that would allow students to take the bar exam after two years of law school without getting a degree. Some fellow deans have told him privately that the idea is putting "the economic model of our law schools in jeopardy," and he says "I hope" a large number of Northwestern students wouldn't take the option. But it would See more + Some fellow deans have told him privately that the idea is putting "the economic model of our law schools in jeopardy," and he says "I hope" a large number of Northwestern students wouldn't take the option. "It's about putting our money were our mouth is," he says. Rodriguez also talks about his school's plan to cut the size of its incoming class by 10 percent and to increase financial aid to students. Loaded: 0% Progress: 0%
New Board Membersâ Homework | Pullman & Comley - School Law
It is that time of year when newly elected board of education members are settling in to their positions and starting to assume responsibility for overseeing their respective municipality’s public school district. To help ease the process, recently elected school board members should take the time to become familiar with the following: • Board bylaws for your district (usually found in the 9000 series of the board’s policy manual), particularly those bylaws addressing meetings, conflicts of interest, staff communication, use of e-mail. • Current board policies (often available on the board of education’s website), particularly those policies concerning student expulsion, the Superintendent of Schools, confidentiality of education records, the budget system and curriculum. • The Freedom of Information Act, Conn. • Parliamentary procedure, such as is found in Roberts Rules of Order. The board’s bylaws and policies are the “law” of your district.