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3 Things You Need To Know About Cornell Law School
Cornell law school is ranked amongst the top law schools in the United
States. It has an impressive history, and much to offer to students. Located
in the central region of New York state, it is on the Cornell University
campus.

Cornell law school offers three different law degrees.

They include the Juris Doctor, Master of Laws, and Doctor of Juridical
Science. There are also numerous dual-degree programs, including
international programs. More than ninety percent of this school’s students
pass the bar.


                                    Admission to this school is very
                                    competitive. The school takes a variety
                                    of factors into consideration. The score
                                    you received on your LSAT, the grades
                                    you earned in your undergraduate
                                    courses, the extracurricular activities
                                    you have participated in, and your work
                                    experience are some of the factor the
                                    admissions committee will consider.
An additional point is the early decision option. There are more openings
for students who apply early.

In your first year, you will take coursework totaling sixteen credits per
semester. Depending on the particular semester you begin your coursework,
it can include criminal law, civil procedure, property law, torts, and other
topics.

The student population is diverse and multicultural. In addition to students
from every state in the United States, many other countries are represented
in the student body. Students have a wide range of experience, and cover
various age groups. With many student organizations from which to choose,
every new student can immediately become a part of the Cornell
community. While racial and ethnic groups are represented at Cornell, this
is also true of the city where the school is located. A friendly community
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with activities for nearly every interest, Ithaca is an ideal place to embark on
your education.

Many prospective students cannot afford to pay for their educations without
help. However, if a law degree is your goal, lack of funds should not stand in
your way. While there are numerous grants and loans available to a
prospective student, the government is an excellent resource for student
aid. If you are a permanent United States resident or citizen, you can apply.
Depending upon your income and other factors, you may be eligible for
financial aid. You should also check into scholarships, and any aid offered
by the state where you live. While a graduate program in law is expensive,
you are investing in your future. You could receive grants or scholarships
that you are not required to repay, but even repaying student loans is worth
it.

There are many fine law schools in this country. Before you choose a school
to complete your education, it is important to know what they have to offer.
However, when you compare schools, it is easy to see why this particular
school processes so many applications every year. When you look at
everything offered by Cornell law school, you may not want to apply
anywhere else. There are so many reasons is is ranked as one of the top
schools in the nation, and why it may be the right one for you.

				
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