UNLV Boyd School of Law Professor MIA, 2Ls Turned Off

Looks like something is wrong under the hood at UNLV’s Boyd School of Law.

I have to say, you would think a braintrust that’s comprised of crackerjack legal minds at a law school should know that the most likely result of this policy and email blast is a lawsuit. But, what do I know?

Read more, including the dean’s email to the 2Ls,  at The Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog

Law Students Lost In Vegas

There’s some strangeness going on in the desert, folks.

At the University of Nevada Las Vegas Boyd School of Law, a law professor, for reasons that are not yet known, failed to grade exams in first-year Constitutional Law classes and to hand in final grades in the classes.

In an email this month to 2L’s at the school, dean John White did not explain what, exactly, is going on with the missing grades. “Please accept my sincere apology for this most unfortunate situation,” he writes, explaining that a substitute professor may be called in to grade the exams on a pass/fail basis.

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