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Introduction

Stetson University College of Law is ranked #1 in trial advocacy and #3 in legal writing education by U.S. News. Stetson leads the nation in blending legal doctrine with practical training. Since being founded in 1900 as Florida’s first law school, Stetson has prepared students to become highly skilled, ethical lawyers and leaders. Our graduates include prominent attorneys, judges, CEOs and advocates for positive change. Stetson Law is located in Tampa Bay, Florida, home to a diverse legal community and to hundreds of clinic and externship opportunities for our law students.

Why Stetson Law

Academic Programs

Explore academic options and courses for Stetson’s J.D., LL.M. and dual degree programs.

Academics

Admissions and Aid

Our counselors are available to guide you through the admissions and financial aid

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University of Houston Law Center

The University of Houston Law Center is the leading law school in the nation’s fourth-largest city. Excellence and value are the hallmarks of our law school. We encourage prospective students to investigate all of the advantages that make the Law Center what it is: an unparalleled value in legal education and a great place to launch a career in law.

Since 2018, UHLC has received more awards from preLaw magazine than any other law school. Click here to find out more.

Rankings for the Law Center

  • We are a highly ranked law school located in one of the nation’s top legal markets. The city of Houston is also home to the world’s largest health care and medical complex and recognized as the energy capital of the world with multiple Fortune 500 companies headquartered here.
  • The Law Center is among the nation’s best law schools in a number of categories. Our Intellectual Property Law and
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QOG, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

The QoG Institute was founded in 2004 by Professor Bo Rothstein and Professor Sören Holmberg. It is an independent research institute within the Department of Political Science at the University of Gothenburg. We are 30 researchers who conduct and promote research on the causes, consequences and nature of Good Governance and the Quality of Government (QoG) – that is, trustworthy, reliable, impartial, uncorrupted and competent government institutions.

While Quality of Government is our common intellectual focal point, we apply a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives.

The main objective of our research is to address the theoretical and empirical problem of how political institutions of high quality can be created and maintained. A second objective is to study the effects of Quality of Government on a number of policy areas, such as health, the environment, social policy, and poverty. We approach these problems from a variety of different theoretical and

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WRT205: University Politic

Writing Studio II: Critical Research

Course Inquiry

As a university student, you are spending a great deal of time and money on a college education. The academy is a life-shaping institution that heavily influences how it’s graduates will run the industries and institutions they inhabit after they leave the university. This class examines the history of the academy, tracing its origins and its growth over the last century in order to develop a clearer understanding of where we are currently positioned within this institution. We will take up a shared inquiry into the cultural and social impact that universities have had, and examine the rhetoric of academic discourses as well as the rhetoric surrounding them. 

In pursuing an understanding of the history of the academy, we will analyze rhetorical choices made by universities today in creating the kind of image they wish to project and the kinds of students they

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Education, Schooling, and Society // University of Notre Dame

Sam Adofo (ND ’20). Majoring in ACMS with an Actuarial Science minor, Sam is from Central Falls, Rhode Island. He has a long interest in tutoring and education. Sam will earn his master’s through the ACE Teaching Fellows program after he graduates.

 

Julie

Julie Allpow (ND ’20). Majoring in American Studies and Peace Studies, Julie is from the south side of Chicago. One reason she is minoring in ESS is because, as she says, “There is a gap in peace studies initiatives in America. Education is something that can fill that gap.” 

 

Lindsay

Lindsay Baca (ND ’20). Majoring in Psychology with a Latino Studies minor, Lindsay is from Los Angeles, California. Lindsay has her eye on graduate school in law school, after which she aims to work in K-12 education policy and law. But first she will gain an M.Ed. through ACE Teaching Fellows. 

 

Maddie

Maddie Carr (ND ’20). Majoring in Psychology, Maddie 

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School of Law | Regent University

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Hancock,

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Faculty of Law – Ryerson University

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A new kind of law school has arrived

It’s time to set a new precedent

The law is worthy of its name only when constant effort is made to redefine it. Our democracy is built on this possibility, on the idea that we can always think bigger about representation and inclusion. Ryerson Law challenges the status quo to ensure that the lawyers of the future are equipped with the diversity of skills required to represent the needs of all Canadians.

Graduates take diverse paths to legal practice, and we’ve built our law school to meet the needs of a new generation of lawyers who will provide access to legal services in innovative and affordable ways. Our program will train lawyers who are tech savvy, entrepreneurially minded and passionate about social justice principles.

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School of Law | St. John’s University

A Message to the St. John’s Law Community

Dear Alumni and Friends of St. John’s Law, 

The public health crisis in which we all find ourselves will test the mettle of every institution. For St. John’s Law, the immediate challenge was to transition quickly to a fully online educational program and to a fully remote work force. We held our last in-person class on Monday, March 9. By Wednesday, March 11, we had moved 140 classes taught by 39 full-time and 85 adjunct faculty members completely online. In just a few more days, the Law School’s Executive Staff made all of our operations—career development, student services, alumni relations, and more—fully remote.  

It was a tremendous display of teamwork, and I am enormously proud that we accomplished this transition so rapidly. I am also enormously grateful to the faculty and staff who have worked so hard to make it happen and

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