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Admissions | Rutgers Law School

Admissions Updates During Covid-19

Who is eligible to apply to Rutgers Law School?
Applicants who have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university before the first day of school or who have an equivalent from a foreign institution are eligible. Applicants must also take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and register with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC).

What are the standards for admission?
A candidate is evaluated on a number of factors, including whether the person is likely to succeed, whether he or she would benefit from a legal education at Rutgers Law, and what contributions he or she would make to the legal profession and to the public as members of the bar.

How do applicants present their personal and academic credentials?
Rutgers Law School recognizes that numerical credentials, while useful, do not capture many important factors relevant to a full understanding of an

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School of Law : University of Dayton, Ohio

Two University of Dayton School of Law students took part in their first ever oral argument by phone at the Ohio Second District Court of Appeals.


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Samantha Jo Jeffries ’12 is teaching yoga to children online as a way to help families forced to stay home during the Coronavirus outbreak.


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The University of Dayton School of Law was rated 14th in the country for African Americans by preLaw Magazine in its Winter 2020 issue.


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Christian Keith and Deztany Johnson say the experience gave them a better understanding of how what they’re learning in law school will apply once they start their careers.


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The team finished at the top of its Regional Competition in November to earn the first finals berth for the law school in recent memory. 


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Michael Rake ’04 was honored for his pro bono work helping veterans and

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Boston College Law School Magazine


Professor Mary Ann Chirba. Taken on March 17th 2014.

Professor Chirba’s talk at the Schiller Institute last fall haunts in its fo…

Last summer, two Boston College Law faculty, Mary Ann Chirba ’81 and David Wirth, were invited to design a…


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Far from home, 1L Siyi Lin bears witness to Covid’s devastation on two conti…

Siyi Lin (above left) sits in her Boston apartment working remotely to finish her 1L year at BC Law, and won…


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BC Law’s Pedro Lenza and Susan Simone Kang host first event in a series foc…

In a March 31 webinar that drew over 5,000 registrants and nearly 3,000 live viewers, BC Law presenters Susa…


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Four BC Law students are among those selected for the coveted summer placeme…

Four of the twelve 2020 Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Fellowships in public service have been a…


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High BC Law employment figures for 2019 graduates show effective career-foc…

While it may be too early

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Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Institute

Meminerimus etiam adversus infimos justitiam esse servandam.

Let us remember that justice must be observed even to the lowest.

-Cicero

The Criminal Justice Institute is the curriculum-based criminal law clinical program of Harvard Law School. The mission of the Criminal Justice Institute is to educate Harvard Law School students in becoming effective, ethical and zealous criminal defense lawyer-advocates through practice in representing indigent individuals involved in the Massachusetts court system as well as to research and present issues and debates about the criminal and juvenile justice systems in order to affect local and national reform.

Please visit the site often and feel free to contact us.

 

 

Harvard Law School is committed to the full inclusion of students with disabilities in the life of the University. Students requesting accessibility resources or accommodations in any of HLS’s Clinical and Pro Bono Programs may work with Accessibility Services in the Dean of Students

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School of Law – NUI Galway

Welcome to the School of Law

We hope you are keeping well amidst all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. We want to reassure you that NUI Galway is preparing to enrol students in September 2020. If the situation changes, then we will adapt. The application process has not been disrupted due to COVID-19 so please continue as normal in completing all the admissions steps. Most importantly, if you require any assistance with your application or offer, rest assured we will be as helpful and flexible as possible in these uncertain times. Our FAQs website for prospective students may be useful.

Established in 1849, the School of Law at NUI Galway delivers innovative legal education in a dynamic school dedicated to impactful, high quality legal research. With 800 undergraduate and postgraduate students, over 40 staff, a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and exciting clinical legal education opportunities the School emphasises student-focused,

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High School Social Studies Textbook & Curriculum

Establishing an American Republic 1492 – 1896

1. What Is History?
Essential Question: What is history, and why should we study it?

In an Experiential Exercise, students witness a staged event that they then reconstruct to help them understand the challenges historians face in interpreting and communicating information about the past.

2. Defining and Debating America’s Founding Ideals
Essential Question: What are America’s founding ideals, and why are they important?

In a Writing for Understanding activity, students examine placards that contain images and quotations spanning American history to discover the influence of the five founding ideals of the Declaration of Independence.

3. Setting the Geographic Stage
Essential Question: How has geography influenced the development of the United States?

In a Social Studies Skill Builder, students label features on thematic maps to determine how geography has shaped U.S. history.

4. The Colonial Roots of America’s Founding Ideals
Essential Question: How did

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Washington International Law Journal | UW School of Law



The Washington International Law Journal publishes global perspectives on international legal issues while fostering the development of student analysis. The Journal’s professional articles and student comments cover diverse legal and geographical terrain and offer novel approaches to international, foreign, and comparative law. To further cross-cultural dialogue on foreign law, the Journal publishes English-language translations of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese legal materials.

Volume 29 | Number 1 | December 2019

Outer Space: How Shall the World’s Governments Establish Order Among Competing Interests?


Paul B. Larsen

Paul B. Larsen, Outer Space: How Shall the World’s Governments Establish Order Among Competing Interests?, 29 Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2019).

December 2019


We are in a period of transition in outer space; it is becoming increasingly congested. As one example, small satellites are beginning to interfer with astronomical observations. The objective of this article is to examine and evaluate

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Wings’ Imani McGee-Stafford steps away for law school

Dallas Wings center Imani McGee-Stafford is stepping away for the next two WNBA seasons to pursue a law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, where she grew up. She has been placed on the team’s suspended list.

“While I am saddened to step away from such a big part of my life, I’m also excited for this next chapter,” said McGee-Stafford, who is the daughter of former Southern Cal women’s basketball player Pamela McGee and the sister of Lakers center JaVale McGee.

The 6-foot-7 McGee-Stafford, 25, played at Texas from 2012 to ’16, averaging 10.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game. She was selected No. 10 overall in the 2016 WNBA

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Are you lost looking for the right law school? Here’s everything you need to consider when deciding where and when to apply.

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Four Myths About the LSAT

The LSAT is the most important element of your application. Beware of these common myths and be as prepared as possible on test day.

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Your Law Application Stategy

Your best application strategy

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University of Maine School of Law

Faculty Research Blog

Professor Charles Norchi

Maine-Arctic on Ice?

By Professor Charles Norchi

In January as COVID-19 swept from Asia to Europe, my science colleagues warned of a great disruptor. Our institution deploys Arctic research and teaching across a number of disciplines that appeared to be at risk. Paul Mayewski, director of the University of Maine Climate Change Institute, and I had been finalizing a June expedition to Greenland…

Associate Professor Thea Johnson

Is Lying Permitted in a Broken System?

By Associate Professor Thea Johnson

I am, admittedly, a crime drama devotee, and I’ve written on this blog before about portrayals of the criminal justice system on prime-time TV. I’m excitedly tuning into a new show that tackles the criminal system from a novel angle and also speaks to some of the themes I’m tackling in my scholarship…

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Sanchita Mukherjee ’21, Shianne Bowlin ’21, and Hilary Forsley ’20

Maine Law students win 2020 Bryant-Moore Invitational Moot Court Competition

Maine Law students Shianne Bowlin

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