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Law Schools on Long Island

According to the American Bar Association, nearly 50,000 students entered approximately 200 American Law Schools in the last year alone. These students have the bright future of becoming a trial lawyer, judge or perhaps even a high profile legal journalist, and one of these students could very well be you!

Searching through the appropriate lists for accredited law schools is the first step to going the distance for a satisfying and enriching career. We here at LongIslandColleges.com want to help you find the most ideal law school there is for you in Long Island. Your choices are plenty, but in the end only one will be the best choice for you.

Several factors will play into your law school decision making. Are you the type of person who thrives in small classes, or large ones? Would you rather have your law school education in a city setting or in the suburbs? How about proximity to Manhattan? Depending on your career and educational goals, you may want to be nearby major cities in order to take full advantage of all of the interesting and challenging internships they have to offer. Of course, if you have family obligations, perhaps a law school that is closer to home will best suit your needs.

Other factors to consider could include what the teacher to student ratio is, how large and updated is the law school library, what sort of state the student lounge and/or recreational facilities are in, what scholarships are offered, what type of studying abroad opportunities exist, and what awards has the law school been rewarded lately. Of course, the overall ranking of the law school may also be of utmost importance.

To that end, a lot of research needs to be done to ensure your law school decision is a sound one - and we've done that research for you. Just peruse through our user friendly law school guide to find out all you need to know about the schools on your list. We've done our best to include all of the most pertinent information you need to make your choice.

Enjoy your online law school tour, and good luck!

 
 
   
 
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