A class-action lawsuit was filed in federal court in Georgia alleging that the NCAA failed to protect football players from sustaining brain damage caused by repeated head trauma.
Women outnumbered men in law school classrooms for the 5th year in a row. Find out what law schools women are attending and what the future holds.
Are schools required to protect students from harm when they’re overseas? Learn about common study abroad lawsuits and defenses.
The coronavirus pandemic has raised many unprecedented legal questions, particularly regarding an employer’s liability if an employee or customer contracts an infectious disease on company premises. While many state legislatures […]
Each year since 2017, Enjuris has sponsored a privately-funded scholarship essay contest in which we give a prompt to college students. For example, in the past we’ve addressed topics such […]
Black enrollment decreased for the 4th consecutive year in 2019. Here’s what else you should know about race and ethnicity demographics in law schools.
The cost of higher education in the United States is rising and student debt recently surpassed all other types of household debt except for mortgages. Nevertheless, a study from the […]
Many experts agree that a diverse classroom benefits all students. So why is the legal profession one of the least diverse occupations in the nation? With this question in mind, […]
Female representation in the law is important to us here at Enjuris. Because it’s so important, we make a point to keep our eye on the ever-changing demographics of the […]
For this year’s Enjuris scholarship essay contest, we received many well-written submissions and picking just one winner was tough. There were a lot of thoughtful answers. In the end, the […]