Released for the 2013-2014 academic year, the LawCrossing guide provides prospective law students from across the globe with information about the top law schools as determined by the American Universities Admission Program.
The guide also provides details about the LL.M. programs in 94 law schools in more than 650 pages of content. Offering much more than just statistical data, the compilation makes it easy for applicants to get a glimpse of the learning and living environments, the faculty, fellow students and chances of professional development at the law school of their choice. Applicants can easily shortlist the schools that offer the best Master of Law programs based on specialization practice areas, the application documents required, eligibility criteria, attendance costs and much more.
All of the information provided in this guide is as up-to-date as possible; nevertheless, it is subject to change depending on when the law schools update their respective websites.
Overall, this guide can be considered as a one-stop reference for all the details prospective law students would require for applying to an LL.M. program in any of the 94 law schools listed. There are phone numbers, addresses, email addresses and websites posted for all the law schools. The contact information of every law school listed in the guide includes particulars regarding where to submit an application, how to reach the registrar's office and how the career services can be accessed.
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Finding the right law school for your academic career pursuits can be challenging. Make sure you perform enough research before making a final decision. The LLM Guide serves as a tool for law students to make their law school search process easier. It can definitely simplify the application process for law students across the globe.
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