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William Boyd School of Law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Features information for current and prospective students, including admission procedures and class demographics. Also includes information about specialized academic programs.
Touro Law Center
Features information about the Law School, located in Huntington, New York.
Pace University School of Law
Located in Westchester County, 35 minutes from NYC. This law school is the home of the Pace Center for Environmental Legal Studies, and its renowned environmental law program.
Law School, Barry University, Orlando, Florida
Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Florida, offers the Juris Doctor (JD) degree through day and evening programs. First in Florida on Ethics Exam, Barry won the national tax competition.
Columbia University School of Law
Features news about events at the Law School and recent publications of the Law School's faculty. For prospective students, the site offers curriculum information, online application, visitation and recruiting information, and information about the University and about New York City. For current students and faculty/staff, the site provides many services such as a facebook and directory, course web pages, class checklists, and email access.
The University of Georgia School of Law
University of Georgia School of Law includes admissions information, Georgia Law Review, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and legal research internet links.
Oklahoma City University Law School
Located in Oklahoma City. Site features student access to records and email, admissions information for prospective students, and news for alumni and the legal community.
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.
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
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.