Super Lawyers Presents “Top 5 Things to Consider when Selecting a Law School”

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Titled the “Top 5 things to Consider When Selecting a Law School” this new website provides information on type of law to practice, school location, school environment, chance of acceptance and job accessibility.

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To help prospective law students find answers from a trusted source, Super Lawyers has turned to its Advisory Board and top attorneys from its ranked lists to create lawschools.superlawyers.com. Among the key features of the site is a review of the top five things to consider when selecting a law school:

  •     Type of law they want to practice
  •     School location
  •     School environment
  •     Likelihood of acceptance
  •     Job accessibility

In addition, this site includes easily searchable law school profiles for the 200 ABA-approved schools with information such as cost of tuition, median GPA, LSAT requirements and average grant amount.

“We recognize the importance of legal education to producing the quality lawyers of tomorrow,” said Julie Gleason, Director of Research for Super Lawyers. “We hope our site provides a wide variety of expertise, so prospective students can make an informed decision and get acquainted with accredited law schools.”

The Super Lawyers mission is to bring visibility to outstanding attorneys—so it makes sense that they would also want to shed light on the law schools that produce those attorneys. As part of this website they are proud to introduce three law school lists:

  •     Top 10 Schools for Value and Quality of Education
  •     Top 10 Schools for Pro Bono Graduation Requirements
  •     Top 10 Schools with Highest Caliber Graduates, Most Prepared to Practice

Super Lawyers' expects that these lists may start a few interesting conversations among attorneys, but the goal is to guide prospective law students onto a successful career path. Visit http://lawschools.superlawyers.com to learn about the “Five Things to Consider When Selecting a Law School”.

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