The Best 167 Law Schools

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Random House, 2011 - Law - 487 pages
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The Princeton Review's Best 167 Law Schools gives you student survey-driven profiles of the nation's top 167 law schools as well as detailed statistical information about accredited law schools. Each profile provides information on academics and campus life, and also provides answers to all the practical questions you should ask when applying to law school, including:

* Which employers are hiring graduates?
* Is the focus of the curriculum on the practical or theoretical aspects of law?
* Is the environment competitive?
* What internship/externship opportunities are available to students?

You'll also get easy-to-reference snapshots of each school's admissions criteria, deadlines, telephone numbers, tuition figures, e-mail and snail mail addresses, and other key info.
  

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Contents

Applying to Law School
9
Writing a Great Personal Statement
19
Interviews 27
25
Law School 101
34
Career Matters
43
Law Schools Ranked by Category
53
Law School Data Listings 395
394
School Says 4ii
440
Alphabetical Index
477
Index by Cost
485
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About the author (2011)

Owens attended Cornell College, and currently attends Loyola Chicago School of Law. He teaches and writes for The Princeton Review.

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