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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.
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.
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.
University of Southern California Law School
Provides information for prospective students about visiting USC, information about the School's centers and programs for students, as well as continuing education programs.
Cardiff Law School
Lists information about the school and its programs for undergraduates, postgraduates, and professionals. The site also provides information about centres and publications at the law school.
University of Oslo Faculty of Law
Provides information about the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo, including a list of courses offered in English, degrees offered, and specialized disciplines within the department.
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