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Nontraditional Career Alternatives For Law Graduates, Jay C. Carlisle Feb 1978

Nontraditional Career Alternatives For Law Graduates, Jay C. Carlisle

Pace Law Faculty Publications

The large increase in the number of law students and law school graduates is causing concern because of lack of opportunities for employment in the private practice sector. This article directs its attention to other areas of work providing career opportunities to law students outside of private practice.


Review Of Private Property And The Constitution By Bruce Ackerman, John A. Humbach Jan 1978

Review Of Private Property And The Constitution By Bruce Ackerman, John A. Humbach

Pace Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


If We Don't Take Care Of Young Lawyers, Who Will?, Gary A. Munneke Jan 1978

If We Don't Take Care Of Young Lawyers, Who Will?, Gary A. Munneke

Pace Law Faculty Publications

There are now more than 450,000 lawyers in this country, almost double the number of 20 years ago. The American Association of Law Schools estimates that the number of law student graduates averages about 34,000 a year. And the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor projects that there will be 26,400 new legal jobs each year until 1985. If law school enrollments stay at their current level, that would mean about 8,000 graduates each year would not be able to find a law-related job.


What Is Taught In The First Year Property Course?, John A. Humbach Jan 1978

What Is Taught In The First Year Property Course?, John A. Humbach

Pace Law Faculty Publications

The battle over the first-year curriculum will unlikely ever end so long as there is a diversity of views as to what ought to be taught there. Because first-year courses are both a requirement (for the most part) and an initiation, most would probably agree that their subject matter should tend to emphasize the fundamental and general, not the esoteric or the highly specialized areas of legal knowledge. Nevertheless, first year subject matter should not be so abstractly "general" that it is too far removed from the real issues which a practical lawyer is likely to face. Beyond this, agreement ...


Review Of "The Desk Book Of Art Law" And "Law, Ethics, And The Visual Arts: Cases And Materials", James J. Fishman Jan 1978

Review Of "The Desk Book Of Art Law" And "Law, Ethics, And The Visual Arts: Cases And Materials", James J. Fishman

Pace Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.