Seton Hall University School of Law
Building on their previous paper, The Economic Value of a Law Degree, Michael Simkovic, Associate Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law and Frank McIntyre, Assistant Professor of Finance at Rutgers Business School will use federal and national data sources to perform an empirical analysis of heterogeneity and cohort effects in the law school premium, and the effect of a law degree on earnings for specific identifiable subgroups of law students.
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University of Colorado Law School
Funding from AccessLex Institute will help support the development of the Tech Lawyer Accelerator Program at the University of Colorado Law School. This innovative program helps students secure jobs in technology and entrepreneurship and is designed to offer first- and second-year law students extensive educational training and professional experience with local and national technology firms.
Second year funding provides support to University of Colorado Law School to enhance the curriculum for its Tech Lawyer Accelerator (TLA) program, grow participation in the program and enhance the tracking of program effectiveness. The TLA program provides competency-based training for law students focused on the technology industry. Download the full report using the below link.
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