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ABA-LSAC official guide to ABA-approved law schools

2011 ed.

Published by Law School Admission Council, American Bar Association in Newtown, Pa .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Being a lawyer
2. Becoming a lawyer
3. The law school admission process
4. Applying to law school
5. Choosing a law school
6. Opportunities in law for minority men and women
Key facts for minority law school applicants
7. The accreditation process
8. Pro bono legal services
9. Financing your legal education
10. Finding a job
Career placement and bar passage chart
11. Geographic guide to law schools in the United States (by region)
12. Key facts about ABA-approved law schools
Admission data
Students, faculty, tuition
13. ABA-approved law schools
Appendix A. Legal education statistics
Appendix B. Post-JD and non-JD programs
Appendix C. Other organizations
Appendix D. Resources for the prelaw candidate
Appendix E. Canadian LSAC-member law schools.

Edition Notes

"Preparing for law school, LSAT, admission requirements, tuition and expenses, financial aid, curriculum, faculty, career placement, bar passage rates, websites"--Cover.

"ISSN: 1534-3502"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references.

Other Titles
Official guide to ABA-approved law schools, ABA-approved law schools

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
378.155 ABA 2011
Library of Congress
KF266 .O44 2011

The Physical Object

Pagination
i, 888 p :
Number of pages
888

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26328074M
Internet Archive
abalsacofficialg00laws_0
ISBN 10
0982148747
ISBN 13
9780982148747
OCLC/WorldCat
613430758
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