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Representative: Meghan Walter, Assistant Director of Admissions



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Representative: Meghan Walter, Assistant Director of Admissions


BC Law has earned a national reputation for the highest standards of excellence. As a Jesuit law school, we continue to set ourselves apart from other schools in three important ways: we foster a learning environment that is collaborative and supportive; we provide a well-rounded professional education that enables our graduates to excel in a variety of careers; we teach legal skills within a context of moral values, preparing students not only to be good lawyers, but also to lead good lives. DEGREE PROGRAMS: JD, LLM; JD/MBA, JD/M.Ed or MA in Education; JD/MSW; JD/MA or Ph.D in Philosophy; JD/MA in Urban and Environmental Policy & Planning; JD/MA in International Law & Diplomacy.

http://www.bc.edu/schools/law/admission

Representative: Jose Roman, Assistant Director for Admissions


  • Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA

Boston University School of Law offers one of the finest legal educations in the nation, attracting students from all over the country and abroad. A pioneer in American legal education, the school was founded in 1872 on the principles that legal education should be open to all men and women of ability without regard to background or beliefs, and that it should balance theory and analysis with practical training. Today, the school’s innovative curriculum combines theoretical courses, clinical training, and specialized offerings—including concentrations, dual degrees, and semesters abroad. The full-time faculty of distinguished scholars and teachers ranks among the most productive of the nation’s law schools. The students represent a range of educational backgrounds, ethnicities, races, age groups, and employment histories—evidence of the school’s “open-door” admission policy, a firm part of its tradition for over 135 years.

http://www.bu.edu/law

Representative: Mark Pettit, Professor


  • Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Law School offers a J.D. program in the heart of New York City's cultural and civic centers.

http://www.brooklaw.edu

Representative: Alicia Brooks, Assistant Director of Admissions


  • Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY

Cardozo Law School, located in Greenwich Village in NYC, offers a J.D. program. The School of Law recently completed a $50 million renovation project. Its curriculum embraces recent developments in legal theory and doctrine as well as interdisciplinary approaches to the study of law. Cardozo is renowned for the caliber of its faculty and its extensive clinical and lawyering program; it has developed a national reputation in numerous practice areas, including Intellectual Property, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Corporate and Business Law, International Law, Constitutional Law, Family Law, Trial Advocacy and others. Students can begin law school in January, May or September.

http://www.cardoza.yu.edu

Representative: Tamara Mero, Admissions Rep


  • Catholic University of America, Columbus Law School, Washington, DC

http://www.law.edu

Representative: Shani Butts, Director of Admissions


  • Chapman University School of Law, Orange, CA

The School of Law is recognized for its high-caliber faculty, diverse academic programs and picture-perfect Southern California location. Located on the thriving campus of Chapman University, law students experience a dynamic and personalized legal education with options that include multiple LL.M. and certificate programs, low-income clinical work, enriching electives, or nationally recognized advocacy competitions. The law school is fully accredited by the ABA and is a member of the prestigious Association of American Law Schools.

http://www.chapman.edu/law

Representative: TBD


  • Columbia Law School, New York, NY

Columbia Law School is distinguished as a global and leading center of legal education that stimulates its students to consider the full dimensions of the possibility of the law-as an intellectual pursuit, as a career, and as an instrument of human progress. The Law School is especially committed to educating students of differing perspectives, from diverse backgrounds, and with varied life experiences.

http://www.law.columbia.edu

Representative: Danielle Flores, Assistant Director of Admissions


  • Emory School of Law, Atlanta, GA

Emory Law, we equip future lawyers with a practical and theoretical understanding of the law. We offer real-world experiences that give you a glimpse of what life as a lawyer will be like. And we expose you to diverse opportunities to help you determine where your passions lie—whether it’s fighting to protect a patent or a human life.

http://www.law.emory.edu

Representative: Ethan Rosenzweig, Dean of Admission


  • Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY

http://law.fordham.edu

Representative: Kristina Haff, Assistant Dean of Admissions


  • Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco, CA

Located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district and just blocks from both state and federal courthouses, Golden Gate Law offers an exceptional full-time faculty, innovative practice-based curriculum and nationally recognized clinical programs in Environmental, Employment and Tax Law. Golden Gate Law also offers 12 separate specialization certificates in such areas of law as Intellectual Property, Family Law, International Law and Public Interest Law, among others.

http://www.ggu.edu/law

Representative: TBD


  • Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, NY

http://law.hofstra.edu

Representative: TBD


  • Massachusetts School of Law, Andover, MA

The law school's mission is to make practical, affordable, high quality legal education, and resulting social and economic mobility, available to persons who have been traditionally excluded from the legal profession.

http://mslaw.edu

Representative: Andy Starkis, Professor of Law


  • Mercer University School of Law, Macon, GA

The Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, founded in 1873, offers an educational philosophy which focuses on ethics and practical skills amid small class sizes. It is also recognized for its legal writing, moot court, and public interest.

http://www.law.mercer.edu

Representative: Adrian Bershinsky, Recruiter

  • New England School of Law | Boston, Boston MA

New England Law | Boston provides an approach to legal education that focuses on exceptional academics, experiential learning, and an engaged community. The faculty has an elite academic background and impressive legal practice experience, allowing the school to offer cutting-edge courses and infusing the curriculum with practical perspectives. With sixteen individual clinics, New England Law has one of the most diverse clinical programs in the country, providing opportunities for a practical, hands-on education. Located in downtown Boston, New England Law boasts a strong community with a highly accessible faculty that is personally invested in students’ success. The law school is ABA accredited and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

http://www.nesl.edu

Representative: TBD


  • Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA

Northeastern University School of Law is the perfect platform from which to launch your legal career. Our challenging curriculum — taught by a faculty of committed scholars and practitioners — will provide you with a solid foundation in legal skills and doctrine. Our focus on experiential learning — particularly our groundbreaking Cooperative Legal Education Program — ensures you’ll know how to apply what you learn in the classroom, while networking to obtain fulfilling post-graduate employment. Our commitment to public interest law — and especially our unique Legal Skills in Social Context course — means you’ll graduate with a clear sense of the power that law has to shape the lives of real people, regardless of the legal field you enter.

http://www.northeastern.edu/law

Representative: Carrie Taubman, Assistant Dean & Director of Admissions


  • Ohio Northern University, Pettit College of Law, Ada, OH

Founded in 1885, the Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law is the second oldest of the nine Ohio law schools and a founding member of the Ohio League of Law Schools. Annually the college enrolls more than 320 students from more than 40 states in its full-time juris doctor degree and LL.M. programs. ONU Law alumni have gone on to become judges in 15 states and serve in the United States Senate. The college's dedicated and esteemed faculty provides personalized instruction to students with passions for legal scholastic excellence. The College of Law is located in Ada, on the campus of Ohio Northern University with an off-campus legal clinic in Lima.

http://www.law.onu.edu

Representative: Linda English, Director of Law Admissions


  • Roger Williams University School of Law, Bristol, RI

http://law.rwu.edu

Representative: Thomas Shaffer, Director of Admissions


  • Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ

Located one block from Newark Penn Station we are only 20 minutes from New York City by light rail. Our graduates make their mark in public interest, government service, and private practice. Our strong placement record opens extraordinary opportunities to our graduates not only in top law firms in New York and across the Northeast but also in high technology, pharmaceutical, biomedical, government, and public interest organizations.

http://law.shu.edu

Representative: David Weinberg, Director of Admissions


  • Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL

Stetson University offers fall enrollment for full-time and part-time JD and LLM programs in Tampa Bay, Florida. Students may pursue JD/MBA, JD/Grado, JD/MPH or JD/MD dual-degrees, and JD certificates in advocacy, elder law and international law. Stetson has won national and world advocacy championships, and it shares space with Florida's Second District Court of Appeal. Stetson has international programs in eight countries, and the law school is home to three law journals and the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law.

http://www.law.stetson.edu



Representative: Darren Kettles, Associate Director of Admissions


  • St. John's University School of Law, Queens, NY

Celebrating over 80 years of excellence in legal education, St. John’s University School of Law has produced lawyers who have distinguished themselves in practice, government, and the judiciary. Among its graduates are former New York governors Mario M. Cuomo and Hugh L. Carey, current Court of Appeals Judges Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick and Theodore T. Jones, and the School’s former Dean and former Court of Appeals Judge Joseph W. Bellacosa. The law school plays a prominent role in the New York City legal community, imbuing all that it does with the University’s Vincentian tradition.

http://law.stjohns.edu

Representative: Theresa McNerney, Director of Admissions


  • Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA

Suffolk University Law School is located in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. We offer concentrations in the following areas: international law, health and biomedical law, civil litigation, intellectual property law, and financial services. We also offer clinical programs, internships, study abroad opportunities and have over 200 elective course offerings. http://www.law.suffolk.edu

Representative: Gail Ellis, Dean of Admissions


  • University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, CT

Founded in 1921, the Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. It offers a professional education of the highest quality that prepares its graduates for a lifetime of fulfilling service in any career they choose, including the bar, government, business, and education. The School's program emphasizes intellectual discipline and the development of the professional analytic skills required to respond effectively to the challenge of continuing change in the law and in the society it serves. Connecticut's legal education reflects our belief that the life of the mind is best stimulated by a high quality of civil discourse among students and faculty conducted on a small scale. The curriculum is rich in courses, but classes themselves are quite small. Each student has the opportunity to explore law and theory in an atmosphere that fosters a spirit of collaboration and cooperation. Intellectually ambitious, Connecticut's students enjoy the benefits of the personal give-and-take with classmates and faculty made possible by small classes

http://www.law.uconn.edu

Jacqlene Nance, Associate Director


  • University of Maine School of Law, Portland, ME

http://www.mainelaw.maine.edu

Representative: David Pallozzi, Assistant Dean for Admissions


  • University of Massachusetts School of Law, North Dartmouth, MA

As the Commonwealth’s Public Law School, the University of Massachusetts School of Law-Dartmouth offers a rigorous and rewarding legal education, distinguished by dual commitments to both excellence and affordability. UMass Law offers full-time day, part-time day and part-time evening weekend programs for the Juris Doctor degree, as well as a JD/MBA program.

Representative: Nancy Fitzsimmons Hebert, Assistant Director of Recruitment


  • Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT

Vermont Law School offers JD, Master's, and LLM programs that specialize in a broad array of social justice issues with strong emphasis placed on core doctrinal knowledge coupled with hands-on clinical experience. In addition, Vermont Law features distinctive programs in international law and dual JD/Master's degree programs in business administration, environmental policy, and other fields. The experiential education VLS provides prepares its graduates to engage the critical issues of our time.

http://www.vermontlaw.edu

Representative: Kathy Hartman, Associate Dean for Enrollment Management


  • Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, MA

Western New England University School of Law is located in Springfield, Massachusetts, in the heart of the Pioneer Valley. With a population of 152,000, Springfield is the third largest city in the Commonwealth, and is only twenty minutes from Hartford, Connecticut. The School of Law is fully accredited by the ABA and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

http://law.wne.edu

Representative: TBA

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