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1. Holding Court -

As has been reported in national newspapers and business magazines for months, the fall’s law school enrollment nationally is down from this time last year and beyond.

The American Bar Association’s ABA Journal reported in August that “Law school applications for the fall of 2013 have dropped 17.9 percent and applicants are down 12.3 percent.”

2. MBA’s President’s Award Given to U of M Deans -

The Memphis Bar Association’s President’s Award has been awarded to Yolanda Ingram and Sue Ann McClellan, assistant deans at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, for their service and dedication in fulfilling the goals and mission of the MBA.

3. Legal Community Tries to Firm Up Minority Recruitment Efforts -

Ben Adams believes in diversity. As chairman and chief executive officer of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC, Adams and others at the Memphis-based firm work hard year-round to recruit and retain minorities.

4. Law Schools Enjoy Enrollment Increases -

Over the past few years, any lack of confidence in the national economy hasn't caused a lack of interest or dip in enrollment in the nation's law schools.

Since Sept. 11, 2001, in fact, the number of applicants at many law schools, including the University of Memphis, has been on the rise.