This comprehensive guide includes all the facts necessary to make informed decisions about where to apply and what to expect in law school. Official profiles of every accredited U.S. And Canadian law school, as well as many nonaccredited schools, are presented in clear, easy-to-read formats. Special sections offer in-depth advice on how to finance your law school education, how to evaluate your admission chances at different schools, and what types of law school programs are available. A pre-law advisor answers the most frequently-asked questions. In a separate essay, a law school student gives a personal account of the admission process and experiences in the first year of law school.J.D./B.A.. J.D./B.B.A. J.D./Cert. in Pub. Int. Law J.D./LL.M. J.D./M.A. J.D./M. Acct. J.D./M.A.L.D. J.D./M.A.P.A. J.D./M.B.A. J.D./M. Comm. J.D./M.CJ. J.D./M.C.P. J.D./ M.C.R.P. J.D./M.D. J.D./M. Div. J.D./M. Econ. J.D./M.Ed.
|Title||:||REA's Authoritative Guide to Law Schools|
|Author||:||Research and Education Association|
|Publisher||:||Research & Education Assoc. - 1997|