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LawCrossing Releases its “2013-14 Guide to Top LL.M. Programs in America”
LawCrossing is part of the Employment Research Institute, which is one of the largest employment companies in the world with more than 500 websites. The staff at LawCrossing compiled all of the data and information found in the guide right from the websites of the law schools listed.
There are 94 schools within the guide as determined by the American Universities Admission Program. All of the schools listed offer LL.M. programs, which are Master of Laws degrees. Whether you are a current law student, an undergraduate student or ready for a career change, this guide can help you make a tough decision easier.
Law schools named in the guide are presented in alphabetical order and have at least two pages of information for you to read. This guide is so comprehensive that you do not have to visit any other site to find contact information for schools that pique your interest. You can find email addresses, phone numbers and location addresses for each school in the guide.
Some of the schools that appear include Boston College of Law, Cornell University Law School, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Northwestern University School of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, University of Michigan Law School and Western New England University.
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