October 10, 2009 | PDF Version
This press release is intended to inform readers about BCG Search.com, your one stop law job portal that has published the 2009 BCG Attorney Search Guide to America's Top 50 Law Schools for guiding aspirants in the legal field.
October 6, 2009
The 2009 BCG Attorney Search Guide to America's Top 50 Law Schools is out. This is a comprehensive guide to the top 50 American law schools as has been specified by the US News and World Report law school rankings of 2009. The guide aims to provide readers with helpful information regarding the standings of the legal schools and colleges. The guide is in fact a meticulously compiled book that is extremely rich in various kinds of educational resources. It is published by BCG Attorney Search, a subsidiary of Employment Scape, the largest conglomerate of the organizations that provide attorneys with job opportunities.
Benefits of the Guide
The 2009 guide deals with objective details and information pertaining to best law schools in town. In fact, 2009 BCG Attorney Search Guide to America's Top 50 Law Schools published by BCG Attorney Search is helpful in making an impartial evaluation of the law schools, their annual or semester fees, courses and disciplines offered and a lot of other helpful and relevant information. Other than this, the guide is also your indicator to the journals and programs in which the students of these schools participate. The guide is helpful to cater to a vast spectrum of people comprising the following:
- Recruiting coordinator
- Hiring partner
- Student planning to take up a course in law
In fact, the 2009 BCG Attorney Search Guide to America's Top 50 Law Schools is a guide that attempts to demystify classifications that are generally made. It also allows you to interpret resumes, cover letters and transcripts. The guide touches upon on 2 important aspects and they are the following:
- Explanation of the grading procedure of the 50 best law schools in USA
- Information regarding the publications and journals of every school
- Information to guide employers regarding making hiring choices
- Guide to the faculty of each school, size of classes, academic awards and honors, clinical programs, moot courts, GPA and LSAT scores, employment statistics after law school, overall school ambience
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