Featuring details of 17 common law schools and 5 civil law schools, this comprehensive resource helps people considering a law degree to differentiate between schools and to answer common questions regarding the law degree. The emphasis is placed on what is unique about each law school, and where the school's strengths and weaknesses lie. Comparisons among the schools are made in the appendix using charts, and special characteristics are highlighted in the aUnique Characteristicsa chapter. Also included are chapters on myths surrounding the law degree, trends and issues in legal education, aboriginal people and access to legal education, and how to improve your chances of being admitted.Most professors are open to getting to know you well enough to write a recommendation. ac Before you approach a prospective ... Research the law schools and know which ones you want to apply to and why. You should be able to give them aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Law Schools in Canada, 1996-98|
|Publisher||:||ECW Press - 1997-03-01|