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Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law
Information about the faculty and staff, publications, ongoing research, and courses offered by the Faculty of Law. Also provides information about admission to programs for overseas students and lawyers.
Lund University Faculty of Law
Located in Lund, Sweden, the Faculty of Law's site provides information about the Library, studies and Exchange programs.
University of Aberdeen School of Law
Provides resources for faculty and students, as well as prospective students. Features resources for study in Civil Law, Roman Law, and Property Law.
Howard University School of Law
Contains information about study at the School of Law, including application information. Also includes a virtual (photo) tour.
What Not to Do in a Law School Personal Statement
When applying to law school, your personal statement is your best opportunity to present to admissions committees aspects of who you are that are not apparent through LSAT scores, GPAs and transcripts. It is this access to your personality and non-quantifiable characteristics that makes it such an important piece of the puzzle and enables it to set you apart from other applicants.
Law Professor Laurence Tribe to discuss Roberts Court at ASU
TEMPE, Ariz., Sept. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is pleased to welcome one of the country's foremost constitutional experts, Harvard Law School professor and author Laurence Tribe. In a rare live Arizona appearance by Tribe, he will be presenting, "Uncertain Justice – The Roberts Court and the Constitution." The event is open to the ...
Law school dean to the Supreme Court: This love affair is over
Erwin Chemerinsky, law school dean and author, has serious issues with the Supreme Court and its justices.