law school

  1. a graduate school offering study leading to a law degree
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How To Use law school In A Sentence

  • Why do you have to go to law school and live with your girlfriend and leave me behind to languish and molder in this cursed workplace?
  • He was a professor of criminal law at Harvard University law school.
  • I requested permission from my California Army National Guard commander to drill in Washington DC during the summer of 2002, where I was interning after my first year of law school.
  • He first dabbled in politics when he was at law school.
  • As for primogeniture, the leading modern authority on the subject, Professor Stanley Katz of the Chicago Law School, has given no weight at all to gerontophobia in causing its abolition. Growing Old: An Exchange
  • Even if I had done better in law school, it would have been hard to find a decent job.
  • It's been my understanding ever since law school that fee-splitting, except where both lawyers actually do some work AND where the client consents -- is indeed unethical according to state codes of ethics for lawyers. Why is This Legal?
  • James Langenfeld is a director at LECG, an economics and finance consulting firm, and an adjunct professor at Loyola University Law School, Chicago.
  • I'm not a lawyer (never even had a teensy tiny hankering to go to law school), but a PhD student in political science.
  • This blogger claims to be an untenured professor at a school that likes to think of itself as a top ten law school.
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