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FeaturedUniversity of Arizona – James E. Rogers College of Law

Arizona Law offers a mix of qualities no other school can match: a small program in the heart of a nationally acclaimed university, a rigorous and challenging curriculum, exceptional employment outcomes, and the chance to spend your law school years in Tucson, set in one of the most diverse and beautiful regions of the country….

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FeaturedThe University of California, Berkeley Law

Berkeley Law students are bright, intellectually curious, and remarkably collegial. They come to us to partake of our rich curriculum, to experience a supportive learning environment, and to learn the law under an unusual grading system that encourages them to compete with themselves, rather than against one another. Our professors—even the most legendary—are approachable and accessible. Our alumni are members of an extended, world-wide family, actively…

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FeaturedLoyola University Chicago School of Law

  Loyola University Chicago School of Law is an ideal place to start your legal career. Loyola offers academic excellence and intellectual openness, with emphasis on service to others. Dedicated to preparing you for professional practice, our Jesuit-inspired tradition develops students for responsible leadership through research, scholarship and public service, in close collaboration with our distinguished faculty….

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Wake Forest University School of Law

The S.J.D. (Scientiae Juridicae Doctor) degree is designed for scholars and teachers of law and is most often obtained by international attorneys who are pursuing academic or high ranking governmental careers in their home countries. The S.J.D. is not a course-oriented degree but rather is directed towards scholarly research and producing a dissertation of publishable quality…

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Duke University School of Law

Students with outstanding academic credentials who intend to pursue an academic career are welcome to apply to the SJD program. SJD candidates must have completed the LLM degree at an accredited American law school. In exceptional cases, consideration will be given to applicants who have completed programs of study in common law countries. Each SJD…

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