Law Schools & Education
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Empire College School of Law
Located in Santa Rosa, California, Empire College School of Law offers evening classes and has produced some of Sonoma County's most respected lawyers and judges.
Vanderbilt University Law School
The official home page of Vanderbilt University Law School, located in Nashville, TN. Provides information for current and prospective students, including information about student computing, events at the School, and admissions procedures.
Northern Illinois University College of Law
An ABA accredited J.D. program that is known for its placement in public interest law. Includes current and prospective student resources, law library and journal information, and contact details.
Willamette University College of Law
, located in Salem, Oregon. Provides information for prospective students about application to the College's JD and LLM programs, their Center for Dispute Resolution, and publications.
New York University School of Law Home
Provides information about application to and study at the NYU School of Law. Programs described include the JD, LLM, JSD, and Joint Degrees with other departments at NYU. Online application is available, and a virtual tour of the campus is provided for prospective students and other visitors.
Asian Law Center
Center for teaching and research covering Central Asia, Indonesia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Birkbeck College School of Law
Home page for the School of Law, located in London. Provides information about the LLB and postgraduate degrees and courses of study, and specializations of the School of Law.
Public Contract Law Journal
The Public Contract Law Journal is published by the Section of Public Contract Law of the American Bar Association as a service to its members and associate members, and for the benefit of lawyers and laypersons involved in the practice of public contract and grant law at the federal, state, and international levels of government.