Law school

A law school (also known as a school of law or college of law) is an institution specializing in legal education. In the United States and Canada, prospective law school candidates are required to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), an examination administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). It is designed to assess logical and verbal reasoning skills. Administered four times a year, it is a required exam for all ABA-approved law schools.

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The filmmaker suspected of making the anti-Islamic movie that has set off violent anti-American protests across the Muslim world was taken in for questioning shortly after midnight Saturday by California authorities.

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Castro, already being hailed as a rising star in the Democratic Party, gave a much-praised keynote speech at the convention Tuesday when he made his national debut. But he has been a prominent presence in San Antonio's Chicano community since his teen years.

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South China Sea Dispute: A Resolution Seems Doubtful (EXCLUSIVE)

The South China Sea has become Asia's most dangerous flashpoint of conflict. The settlement of the South China Sea dispute will involve compromise and an appreciation of the relative power of the countries involved, says Jeffery Atik, law faculty member at the Loyola law School, Los Angeles.

Holder Contempt Vote: What?s Next?

It now falls to the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia to send the contempt citation to a grand jury, an unlikely outcome. Here's what might happen instead.

Staff 'Arrogance' Behind Botched Facebook IPO, Says Nasdaq Boss

Chief Executive Robert Greifeld told a conference of directors at Stanford University's Law School that the exchange had tested its computer systems before the May 18 IPO, but failed to take into account the volume of canceled orders in the run-up to the stock debut, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Sandra Fluke Endorses Obama For Re-Election

Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown University Law School student who was called slut by radio host Rush Limbaugh, has given United States President Barack Obama her endorsement.

$114,000 Debt Paid In Cash By Canadian Lawyer Alex Kenjeev

A Canadian law school graduate thought it would get a few laughs if he paid his $114,000 law school debt in cash. The story of Alex Kenjeev, from Montreal, first surfaced when a Reddit user reposted a photo of the $114,000 receipt Kenjeev had posted on his Facebook account on the Reddit website.


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