ABA Approved Law Schools: 1999 Editionby Americam Bar Association, Rick L. Morgan (Editor), Kurt Snyder (Editor)
New and updated with this year's facts and figures! The only law school guide authorized by the American Bar Association. For every pre-law student, pre-law advisor, and law office, here s the only guide to law schools written and authorized by the American Bar Association. Only the ABA --recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as the accrediting body for U.S. law schools -- could create this up-to-the-minute, fact-filled guide. Filled with information students need to choose a law school -- curriculum, enrollment, faculty, degrees offered, admissions requirements, tuition -- it also features vital statistics on bar passage rates and career placement. Contents include: Profiles of ABA-approved law schools throughout the United States Up-to-the-minute facts and figures on curriculum, faculty, enrollment and attrition, tuition and expenses, financial aid, GPA and LSAT scores Vital information on first-time bar passage rates and career placement Valuable guidance on law school admissions, paying for law school, and careers in law The American Bar Association, the principal professional organization of attorneys in the United States, is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as the official accrediting body for U.S. law schools.
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