|University of California Hastings College of the Law|
University of California Hastings College of the Law is widely known as the best law school on the West Coast. Founded in 1878, Hastings College of the Law has been a prominent legal university on the West Coast and boasts a talented faculty and impeccable infrastructure. Students of the university have the liberty to choose from 140 course offerings in tax, civil litigation, public interest, or international and comparative law. The curriculum i ...
|About 50% of students at the University of Chicago Law School Receive Scholarships|
In this economic recession the best jobs for law school graduates are available for candidates that have high grades and attend a prestigious school like the University of Chicago Law School. This school is ranked just below the top 3 law schools and it also finds itself situated in one of the most desired legal markets.
|Cornell Law School in Ithaca, NY - The Dream Began in 1887|
One of the most historic Law Schools in the United States is Cornell Law School in Ithaca, NY which enrolled its first law students in 1887. Today Cornell holds a ranking as the twelfth best Law School in the United States and the school still holds the same aspirations it had in 1887. ''Our aim should be to keep its instruction strong, its standards high, and so to send out a fair number of well-trained, large-minded, morally-based lawyers in th ...
|Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts|
As the oldest law school in the nation in continuous operation, Harvard Law School needs little introduction. It has served as the launching pad for some of history's most distinguished (and in some cases infamous) legal and political careers and has served as fodder for a disproportionate number of fictitious retellings of what law school is really about. Dean Elena Kagan bills Harvard Law as ''a big city, not a small town'' where ''engagement ...
|Harvard Law School|
The oldest law school in U.S.A., the Harvard Law School is a brand recognized across the world, in business houses, and among the academia and general public. The land of the school was granted by the will of Isaac Royal in 1781; in 1817, the formal first-year law curriculum of the school was developed. The law course at that time included classes in property, torts, contracts, civil procedure and ancillary subjects. A course that became ossified ...
|The Global Presence of Harvard Law School|
Each year, Harvard Law School offers students from around the world - 70 countries, to be exact - and every state in the nation the opportunity of achieving their dreams of becoming lawyers. This diverse institute set the standards for every other law school in the world. This week, we focus our attention on this world renowned program.
|Martha Minow, Dean of Harvard Law School|
Martha Minow is the Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law and the Dean of Harvard Law School.
|Harvard Law School Class of 2005 First to See Pro Bono Requirement|
At Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA, working to serve the community and the world is not just respected, it's required. The Harvard Law Class of 2005 will graduate this spring as the first with each student having met a requirement for 40 hours of pro bono legal work.
|The Survivor: Harvard Law School's Nick Brown|
Harvard's gone goofy over its 2L TV star. An exclusive on-campus report on Survivor madness.
|Anna Brook: Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Law School's The Record, Cambridge, MA|
As a 2L student at Harvard Law School and Editor-in-Chief of The Record, Anna Brook has learned the importance of time management. Among studying, overseeing the newspaper, and interning during the summer, she still finds time for the fun stuff.