school of law

NOUN
  1. a graduate school offering study leading to a law degree
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  • She has an AB from Smith College, where she currently serves on the board of trustees, a Master's in Divinity from Harvard University, a JD from the University of Louisville School of Law, and an MFA in Writing from Spalding University. Tori Murden McClure biography
  • School of Law, the first world academic thesis - writing contest on activities by the third.
  • Ibrahim Warde is an adjunct professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Ibrahim Warde: From Marcos to Gaddafi: Kleptocrats, Old and New
  • This news comes on the heels of a very significant legal victory by former Ave Maria School of Law professor Stephen Safranek who accepted a settlement offer in his October 2007 wrongful termination suit against Ave Maria moneyman and controlling power Tom Monaghan, the Ave Maria Foundation, the Law School, and former AMSL Dean and President Bernard Dobranski — see Safranek Wins Settlement from Ave Maria and Monaghan for details. Discourse.net: Hard Times at Ave Maria Law (Updated)
  • The hero knows his tradecraft, maintains his own arsenal and belongs to the retributive school of law enforcement. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘There is always a level of politesse among elites,’ says Susan P. Koniak, a professor of legal ethics at Boston University School of Law.
  • Her extraordinary remarks came in a speech commemorating the opening of a Greenwich Village campus of the New York University School of Law.
  • This year, New York University School of Law and the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law launched a bachelor of laws and J.D. dual degree program.
  • In a paper to be published in the University of California Law Review, Australia's Deakin University School of Law head and his confrère argue that not torturing terror suspects ‘verges on moral indecency.’
  • Lucy A. Williams has been serving since 1991 as an A.sociate Professor of Law at the Northeastern University School of Law. Two Named Unemployment Compensation Advisors
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