1 edition of Directory of law and aging courses in U.S. law schools found in the catalog.
Directory of law and aging courses in U.S. law schools
by The Association in Washington, D.C.(1800 M St., N.W., Washington 20036)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by American Bar Association, Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly, Public Services Division.|
|Contributions||ABA Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly.|
|LC Classifications||KF277.A35 D57 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||90146033|
In addition to the Juris Doctor, Georgia Law offers two other programs of study: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Master in the Study of Law (M.S.L.) Courses of Instruction. You will find a broad and challenging curriculum at Georgia Law - nearly courses are offered, although not all of the listed courses are taught each year. This may explain why Stanford Law, with percent of the class of employed in full-time, long-term jobs where bar passage was required (discounting six school-funded positions) rose in .
Why BU Law? Founded in , Boston University School of Law is a top-tier law school with a faculty recognized nationally for exceptional teaching and preeminent scholarship. You can explore virtually any area of the law in + classes and seminars, 20+ clinics and externships, and 21 study abroad opportunities. BU Law offers a full-time JD degree, six LLM & master’s degrees, and 17 dual. Unlike many law schools, our Legal Skills curriculum is taught by full-time faculty members, each of whom has years of legal practice experience in the public and private sector. Our collegial community of experienced practitioners is committed to the academic success of our students, providing a supportive and comfortable learning environment.
Courses such as Contracts, Torts, Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, Property Law, Civil Procedure and Legal Writing lay the necessary groundwork for a career in law and the rest of law school, but they're also the hardest courses you'll take. All the concepts of law are spelled out in these classes; everything else flows from this. Courses will vary depending on the law school, but typical options include real estate, tax, intellectual property, evidence, trial advocacy, mergers and acquisitions, wills and estates, bankruptcy, and securities law. It is a good idea to take a variety of classes in order to decide which practice area to pursue after law school.
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Get this from a library. elderlaw directory of seminars, courses, and clinics in U.S. law schools. [Legal Counsel for the Elderly (Washington, D.C.);]. Curriculum at a Typical Law School. The typical curriculum for a JD program takes three years to complete.
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