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Reblaw Conference 2018 – Rebellious lawyers unite!

Read the full article at When I heard that the 3rd annual Reblaw (short for ‘Rebellious Lawyering’) conference was happening at the University of Law’s Moorgate campus on Saturday and Sunday, 10th and 11th November, I took note. There are very few...

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Law (with Spanish Law) LLB

Read the full article at Overview Start date: September Duration: 4 years full-time (including 1 year study abroad) UCAS code: M1M4 This four year law course provides an English law degree together with a detailed understanding of Spanish law and...

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Steps to become a Lawyer/Attorney in South Carolina

Read the full article at Follow the step by step process or choose what situation that best describes you: Law Careers in South Carolina According to the South Carolina Bar, the organization started as an organization of 200 lawyers in 1884. In 2012,...

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Experiential learning needed in law schools

Read the full article at Lately, we have heard arguments suggesting that there are too many law students graduating and that’s why there’s an articling crisis. Indeed, that’s the justification that the Ontario government gave just this week when...

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Law exam gets a new look: LSAT goes digital for 2019 exams

Read the full article at Abigail Ruths (senior-biobehavioral health) studies in the Biobehavioral Health Building on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. The Law School Application Test, also known as the LSAT, has been an integral part of the law school...

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Cross-border legal studies yield value

Read the full article at LLB Programme Directors, Prof Kelvin Low and Ms Anna Lui Measured just by admission numbers, the bachelor of laws (LLB) programme taught at CityU may not be the largest in town, but all those involved believe that gives them a...

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Columbia Law: Forget Big Law, think Big Heart

Read the full article at Columbia Law School has a great overall rep, but its real claim to fame is that it sends the most grads to Big Law than any law school in the nation. Nearly 70 percent of its Class of 2017 went to Big Law. The next...

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