Before I entered the Law School
I went home for the summer vacation.
He was twenty-five years old, college bred, and had finished a post-college course in an Eastern law school
a couple of years before.
He said he meant to look to it that Tom should be admitted to the National Military Academy and afterward trained in the best law school
in the country, in order that he might be ready for either career or both.
Can we call this law school
have met similar challenges, and two recent surveys conducted by Kaplan spanning 1,000 law school
graduates and pre-law students present intriguing although not surprising opinions on what law schools
should do about tuition prices.
Of the forty-seven current non-clinical tenure-track members of the Yale Law School
faculty who have their initial law degree from an American law school
thirty-nine received that degree from either Yale or Harvard.
About 75 law school
graduates across the country have sued more than a dozen law schools
, charging they were misled about prospects for employment and salaries after they graduated.
In order to take the new bar examination, one must have graduated from a law school
that commenced operations in 2004.
The purpose of this study was to discover the perceptions of Florida law school
administrators on the impact of the OFI (one Florida initiative) and the addition of two MSI (minority serving institution) law schools
on diversity in Florida's legal profession.
This book may very well be the most honest and realistic portrait of life in law school
2) According to law school
officials, the move to a more hands-on, resource-intensive approach to legal education and competition among schools for higher rankings appear to be the main factors driving the cost of law school
, while ABA accreditation requirements appear to play a minor role.
Although the historic building at Lincoln Square is an extremely tough sell for commercial or residential reuse, it might be well-suited for an institutional use such as a law school