Sets out the rules and practices of all U.S. jurisdictions for admission to the bar by examination and on motion. The Guide also includes a directory of state bar admission agencies. Available for sale in the ABA webstore by clicking on the cover image or as a free download by clicking on the title.
Globalization has created a demand for attorneys who are licensed to practice law in multiple juridisctions. This guide provides an overview of the bar admissions process in more than 50 countries, including language and educational requirements, character and fitness, and traineeship requirements.
Based on the authors' varied experiences as foreign law students and legal professionals in the United States, this guide provides a discussion of factors that prospective students should consider in deciding whether or not to study in the U.S.; guidance on the application process; and the U.S. law school experience.
Serving as a follow up to its predecessor, A Survey of Law School Curricula: 1992-2001, the 2010 Survey offers comprehensive empirical date on current law school curricula and provides comparative trends that emerged from both surveys.