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Aarhus University School of Law
English-language information about Aarhus University's School of Law, including information about programs of study, publications, and a staff directory.
Boston College Law School
In addition to information about the school's programs and activities, the site's front page includes current Law School news.
West Virginia University College of Law
Provides information about the College, including a calendar of activities, admissions resources, information for current students, and continuing education resources.
Glendale University College of Law
Located in Glendale, California. Site provides information about special admission for students in their sophomore year of college, part-time evening coursework, and accreditation information.
University of Alabama School of Law
Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Site provides access to information for potential and incoming students, including an online application to the School, information about technology at the law school, and law school activities and publications.
Survey: Harvard Law grads earn the most of any grad school in the country
Gabrielle Levy SEATTLE, Oct. 23 (UPI) -- A new survey finds Harvard Law grads are making more at the midpoint in their careers than any other graduate school in the U.S.
Why Huge Salaries Don't Necessarily Make Law Grads Rich
Harvard Law School graduates make more money than alumni of any other graduate or professional school. That doesn't mean all lawyers fare well
Why Huge Salaries Don’t Necessarily Make Law School Grads Rich
Graduates of Harvard Law School make the most money among all graduate schools in the U.S., earning a median salary of $201,000 after 10 years, according to a report.