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    • Professional certification in law

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    • Legal education

    • Legal education is the education of individuals in the principles, practices, and theory of law. It may be undertaken for several reasons, including to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for admission to legal practice in a particular jurisdiction, to provide a greater breadth of knowledge to those working in o ... Read »


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    • Albanian School of Magistrates

    • School of Magistrates of the Republic of Albania

      The Albanian School of Magistrates, officially known as the School of Magistrates of the Republic of Albania (Albanian: Shkolla e Magjistraturës së Republikës së Shqipërisë, ASM) is an Albanian post-graduate school, where Albanian judges and public prosecutors are trained. The institution was establis ... Read »


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    • American Law Institute

    • The American Law Institute (ALI) was established in 1923 to promote the clarification and simplification of United States common law and its adaptation to changing social needs. Members of ALI include law professors, attorneys, judges and other professionals in the legal industry. ALI writes documents known as "treatis ... Read »


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    • Association for Continuing Legal Education

    • Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) is an international organization established in 1964 devoted to improving the performance of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) professionals. CATALOG OF CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION... ... Read »


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    • Association of Law Students' Library of the Jagiellonian University


    • Baltic Summer Academy

    • Baltic Summer Academy on International Humanitarian Law is organised every summer by Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian Red Cross National Societies and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Regional Delegation for Central Europe. The Academy is meant for students of law, international relations and political s ... Read »


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    • Bar Mock Trial

    • The Bar National Mock Trial Competition aims to give young people an insight into the workings of the legal system. Now in its 23rd year, it involves over 2,000 students, 200 barristers/advocates and 90 judges from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In 2012/2013 the final was held in the Royal C ... Read »


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    • Barristers' Ball


    • Casebook

    • A casebook is a type of textbook used primarily by students in law schools. Rather than simply laying out the legal doctrine in a particular area of study, a casebook contains excerpts from legal cases in which the law of that area was applied. It is then up to the student to analyze the language of the case in order t ... Read »


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    • Casebook method

    • The casebook method, similar to but not exactly the same as the case method, is the primary method of teaching law in law schools in the United States. It was pioneered at Harvard Law School by Christopher Columbus Langdell. It is based on the principle that rather than studying highly abstract summaries of legal rules ... Read »


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    • Continuing legal education

    • Continuing legal education (CLE), also known as mandatory or minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) or, in some jurisdictions outside the United States, as continuing professional development, consists of professional education for attorneys that takes place after their initial admission to the bar. Within the Unite ... Read »


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    • ELSA Sarajevo Summer Law School

    • Sarajevo Summer Law School is a project organized by the European Law Students' Association (ELSA) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. [1] ELSA summer law schools are organized like seven-day international schools on certain topics in science domains, guided by ideas which are helpful to youth in their academic, but in busines ... Read »


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    • Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Project

    • The Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Program (ELSSCAP) is an organization at Emory Law School dedicated to representing clients in the Supreme Court of the United States. Formed in 2010, the project joined a growing class of Supreme Court Clinics that provide expert representation under the guidance of experienc ... Read »


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    • Empirical legal studies

    • Empirical legal studies (ELS) is a relatively new approach to the study of law, legal procedure, and legal theory through the use of empirical research. Empirical legal researchers use research techniques that are typical of economics, psychology, and sociology; however, ELS research tends to be more focused on purely ... Read »


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    • European Law Students' Association


    • Faculty of Law

    • A Faculty of Law or Department of Law is a university division specializing in legal education for individuals who intend to become legal professionals. Such a division was one of the four traditional divisions of the teaching bodies of medieval universities, the others being arts, medicine, and theology. Traditionally ... Read »


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    • French National School for the Judiciary

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      The French National School for the Judiciary (French: École nationale de la magistrature or ENM) is a French post-graduate school, where French judges and public prosecutors are trained. The institution was created in 1959 as the "National Centre for Judicial Studies" (French: Centre national d'études judiciaires ... Read »


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    • The Fund for American Studies

    • 1706 New Hampshire Ave., NW The Fund for American Studies is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1967, the organization's stated goal is "to change the world by developing leaders for a free society." In 1967, Charles Edison took the first steps toward establishing the institution that ... Read »


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    • Immigration law

    • Immigration law refers to national government policies controlling the immigration and deportation of people, and other matters such as citizenship. Immigration laws vary from country to country, as well as according to the political climate of the times, as sentiments may sway from the widely inclusive to the deeply e ... Read »


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    • Institute for Law, Science and Global Security

    • The Institute for Law, Science and Global Security [1] in the Department of Government at Georgetown University was established to promote teaching and research in the area of intersection between international law and international relations. The Institute sponsors undergraduate and graduate courses and runs a Master' ... Read »


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    • International Association of Law Schools

    • The International Association of Law Schools (IALS) is an independent association of law schools that was established after a series of meetings of legal educators from around the world beginning in 2000. Incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia in the United States in 2005, its Secretariat is based at C ... Read »


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    • JD–MBA


    • Judicial intern

    • In the United States, a judicial intern (also commonly known as a "judicial extern" or "extern law clerk" ) is usually a law student or sometimes a recent law school graduate who provides assistance to a judge and/or law clerks in researching and writing issues before the court. Working as a judicial intern allows law ... Read »


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    • Law degree

    • A law degree is an academic degree conferred for studies in law. Such degrees are generally preparation for legal careers; but while their curricula may be reviewed by legal authority, they do not themselves confer a license. A legal license is granted (typically by examination) and exercised locally; while the law deg ... Read »


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    • Law school

    • A law school (also known as a law centre or college of law) is an institution specializing in legal education, usually involved as part of a process for becoming a lawyer within a given jurisdiction. In Brazil the legal education begins between 1827/28 in Olinda/PE and São Paulo/SP where the first Schools of Law we ... Read »


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    • Legal awareness

    • Legal awareness sometimes called Public legal education, is the empowerment of individuals regarding issues involving the law. Legal awareness helps to promote consciousness of legal culture, participation in the formation of laws and the rule of law. Public legal education, sometimes called civics education, comprise ... Read »


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    • Legal clinic

    • A legal clinic (also law clinic or law school clinic) is a law school program providing hands-on-legal experience to law school students and services to various clients. Clinics are usually directed by clinical professors. Legal clinics typically do pro bono work in a particular area, providing free legal services to c ... Read »


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    • Legal education in Malaysia

    • As a commonwealth country, the Malaysian legal education system is rooted from the United Kingdom. Legal qualifications offered by the local law faculties require students to have a pre-university qualification such as the Malaysian Higher School Certificate, A-Level, International Baccalaureate, Foundation Course or a ... Read »


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    • Legal science

    • Legal science is one of the main components in the civil law tradition (after Roman law, canon law, commercial law, and the legacy of the revolutionary period). Legal science is primarily the creation of German legal scholars of the middle and late nineteenth century, and it evolved naturally out of the ideas of Fried ... Read »


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    • Legalswipe (app)

    • Legalswipe

      Legalswipe is a free app that offers general legal advice and protection to people randomly stopped and questioned by police. Christien Levien, a Canadian lawyer, conceived Legalswipe to educate civilians about their legal rights during their interaction with police. The idea of the app was born from Levien's encounter ... Read »


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    • List of JD-MBAs

    • This is an incomplete list of notable JD/MBA joint honours graduates by university. ... Read »


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    • Mock trial

    • A mock trial is an act or imitation trial. It is similar to a moot court, but mock trials simulate lower-court trials, while moot court simulates appellate court hearings.Attorneys preparing for a real trial might use a mock trial consisting of volunteers as role players to test theories or experiment with each other. ... Read »


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    • Moot court

    • Moot court is an extracurricular activity at many law schools in which participants take part in simulated court proceedings, usually involving drafting memorials or memoranda and participating in oral argument. The term "moot" traces its origins to Anglo-Saxon times, when a moot (gemōt) was a gathering of prominent ... Read »


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    • National Institute for Trial Advocacy

    • The National Institute for Trial Advocacy (referred to as "NITA") is a not for profit organization that was initially formed in 1969 in an effort to provide lawyers with better trial skills training, and was spurred on by criticisms within the judicial system of the apparent lack of trial preparation occurring within l ... Read »


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    • North American Consortium on Legal Education

    • The North American Consortium on Legal Education (NACLE) comprises 13 participating law schools in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The general purpose of NACLE is to promote and share understanding of the legal systems within North American countries. The specific purpose of the Consortium is to enhance the cap ... Read »


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    • Patent Resources Group

    • Patent Resources Group (PRG) is an Alexandria, Virginia based patent law education company, mainly dealing in Continuing Legal Education (CLE). PRG courses are attended by approximately 3,000 professionals a year. PRG is a provider of on-site and home-study Patent Bar review courses. PRG's faculty is mostly staffed by ... Read »


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    • Practising Law Institute

    • Practising Law Institute

      Practising Law Institute (PLI) is a non-profit continuing legal education (CLE) organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. Founded in 1933, the company organizes and provides CLE programs around the world. Its programs are held in multiple locations including New York, California, ... Read »


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    • Reading law

    • Reading law is the method by which persons in common law countries, particularly the United States, entered the legal profession before the advent of law schools. This usage specifically refers to a means of entering the profession (although in England it is still customary to say that a university undergraduate is "re ... Read »


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    • Spatial citizenship

    • Spatial citizenship describes the ability of individuals and groups to interact and participate in societal spatial decision making through the reflexive production and use of geo-media (geographic media such as maps, virtual globes, GIS, and the Geoweb). Spatial citizens are lay users who are able to use geo-media to ... Read »


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    • State v. Stone

    • State v. Stone is a popular mock trial case published by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. Set in the fictional town of "Nita City", the case is about a man named James Stone who is charged with the rape of a 21-year-old college student named Marilyn Miller. On a December afternoon in Nita City, the polic ... Read »


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    • Street law

    • Street law may refer to: ... Read »


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    • Supreme Court clinic

    • A Supreme Court Clinic is a law school clinic that provides hands-on legal experience in Supreme Court Litigation to law students. Clinics are usually directed by clinical professors and experienced Supreme Court litigators and typically represent indigent or non-profit clients in the Supreme Court of the United States ... Read »


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    • Surana and Surana Moots

    • The Surana and Surana Moots known for its transparency and ethical conduct of conducting moot courts and other allied competitions for law students in India is among the oldest, largest, and most prestigious moot court project in India which has students from India & SAARC countries (for international moots) regularly ... Read »


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    • Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition

    • The Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition, also known as the Tang, is a moot court competition sponsored by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, attracting participants from law schools in the U.S. and Asia. The Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition was founded in 1993 by the APA Law S ... Read »


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    • Trial advocacy

    • Trial advocacy is the branch of knowledge concerned with making attorneys and other advocates more effective in trial proceedings. Trial advocacy is taught in primary, secondary, and undergraduate schools (usually associated with a mock trial elective). It is taught as an essential trade skill for litigators in law sch ... Read »


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    • Trial practice

    • Trial practice is an upper level course offered in most American law schools designed to teach future litigators the fine points of presenting a case to a judge and jury. Unlike most law school courses, a trial practice class has very little discussion of substantive law, and is focused on the practical application of ... Read »


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    • Tulane Environmental Law Clinic

    • The Tulane Environmental Law Clinic (TELC) is a legal clinic that Tulane Law School has operated since 1989 to offer law students the practical experience of representing real clients in actual legal proceedings under state and federal environmental laws. TELC's mission is to 1) train effective and ethical lawyers ... Read »


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    • US-China Education Trust

    • 2101 K Street, Second Floor NW The US-China Education Trust (USCET, Chinese: 中美教育基金; pinyin: Zhōng-Měi Jiàoyù JÄ«jÄ«n ) is a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C. Founded in 1998 by Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, the first Chinese-American U.S. Ambassador, USCET ... Read »


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