LAW school is a daunting challenge for students around the world. There are long lectures on the law, seemingly endless books of cases and statutes, the pressing job market, and never enough time to study everything needed. In the end, of course, there is the reward of entering a respected profession and putting one’s skills...
WHERE IP LEADS Hosting the internationally recognized Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property and ranked #4 for the study of intellectual property law by the US News & World Report 2012, the University of New Hampshire School of Law (UNH) is home to the award-winning website, the IP Mall, a leading source for intellectual property...
The University of New South Wales Law Faculty was founded in the early 1970s and has gone on to become a leader in Australia and the Asia-Pacific community at large. It is heralded as one of the most competitive and reputable places to earn an international law degree in Asia. Students from all over the...
UTS:Law has set itself apart as a leader in Australian and international law. This is a pioneering institute with plenty of firsts on its resume. For starters, the UTS JD was the first law school of its kind in Sydney. It was also the first to introduce an intellectual law degree program that is hosted...
Florida Coastal School of Law offers a one-of-a-kind law program targeting international lawyers. The school’s primary offering is an LLM degree, and the accompanying coursework prepares students to take the bar exam in several US states. Florida Coastal caters specifically to foreign degree holders, whether they are hoping to qualify to take the bar exam...
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