law school

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Noun1.law school - a graduate school offering study leading to a law degreelaw school - a graduate school offering study leading to a law degree
grad school, graduate school - a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor's degree
Translations
právnická fakulta
jurastudium
oikeustieteellinen tiedekunta
odvjetnička škola
ロースクール
법과대학
juristlinjen
โรงเรียนกฎหมาย
trường luật

law school

n (Am) → facoltà f inv di giurisprudenza or legge

law school

كُلِّيَةُ الـحُقُوقِ právnická fakulta jurastudium juristische Fakultät νομική σχολή facultad de Derecho oikeustieteellinen tiedekunta faculté de droit odvjetnička škola facoltà di legge ロースクール 법과대학 faculteit der rechtsgeleerdheid juridisk fakultet szkoła prawa faculdade de Direito юридический факультет juristlinjen โรงเรียนกฎหมาย hukuk fakültesi trường luật 法学院
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