Law School

A law school (also known as a school of law or college of law) is an institution specializing in legal education.

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Camille Andrews - Career and Criticism
... has been on leave since September 2007 from her other position, Associate Dean of the Rutgers School of Law in Camden, New Jersey ... borderline unethical." However, both the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct and the law school's internal council have asserted that ... In May 2012, Andrews was the subject of criticism by bloggers and the non-profit Law School Transparency for an email in which she encouraged prospective students to enroll in Rutgers- Camden's JD/MB ...
Arnold M. Zack
... Lynn Massachusetts, he is a graduate of Tufts College (BA 1953), Yale Law School (LLB 1956) and the Harvard University Graduate School of Public Administration (MPA 1961) ... research associate at the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Trade Union Program since 1985 ... Resolution (ADR) courses at Northeastern University, Simmons College, Cornell School of Industrial Relations, and Yale Law School ...
Law School - Alternative Legal Education Systems - Australia
... In Australia, law schools such as the Sydney Law School and the University of Melbourne have emphasised a combination of the British and American systems ...
List Of Middlebury College Alumni - Notable Alumni - Academia - Professors
... Dollard Professor of Law at Yale Law School ... Kujovich - Vice Dean of Academic Affairs and a Professor of Law at Vermont Law School Tamsin Lorraine – Professor of Philosophy at Swarthmore College Christopher Merrill – American ... Loewenstein Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School ...
List Of Law Schools Attended By United States Supreme Court Justices - University or College Trained
... level, but did not receive legal education at the graduate level, the model under which law schools in the U.S ... University George Sutherland – Also attended University of Michigan Law School Carleton College Pierce Butler Case Western Reserve University John ... Nelson Princeton University – Princeton has no law school, but 11 Supreme Court Justices studied at the institution for their undergraduate work ...

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    A drunkard would not give money to sober people. He said they would only eat it, and buy clothes and send their children to school with it.
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    It is time that we start thinking about foundational issues: about our attitudes toward fair trials... Who are the People in a multicultural society?... The victims of discrimination are now organized. Blacks, Jews, gays, women—they will no longer tolerate second-class status. They seek vindication for past grievances in the trials that take place today, the new political trial.
    George P. Fletcher, U.S. law educator. With Justice for Some, p. 6, Addison-Wesley (1995)