Online Official Guide
A comprehensive empirical review of significant aspects of current law school curricula, the 2010 Survey also employs baseline results from the 2002 Survey to track curricular trends and changes.
An overview of the bar admissions process is more than 50 countries, including issues of language, educational requirements, character and fitness, traneeship requirements, challenges facing foreign applicants, reciprocity, and where to find more information or who to contact about the bar admissions process.
A history of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar from 1893 to 1993 written by Susan K. Boyd. The ABA's First Section is available as a free download and can also purchased in hard copy from the ABA webstore.
An unofficial guide for foreign lawyers considering the study of law in the United States. It includes factors that prospective students should considerin in deciding whether or not to study in the United States; the application process; and the law school experience.
The Comprehensive Guide sets out the rules and practices of all U.S. jurisdictions for admission to the bar by examination and on motion. Available for purchase in the ABA webstore by clicking on the cover image or as a free download by clicking on the title.
An overview of the activities and accomplishments of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar during the previous Association year.
The ABA Standards and Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools sets forth Standards that law schools must meet to obtain and retain ABA approval.
The ABA-LSAC Official Guide contains comprehensive information on each ABA-approved law schools as well as the law school application process.
Author David J. Parnell takes in-house bound attorneys by the hand, leading them through the maze of potential job-hunting strategies, dispelling the myths about corporate life, and offering the reader an arsenal of tips, skills and methods for creating a successful corporate career.
A survey of how many ABA-approved law schools manage their adjunct faculty programs, including recruitment and hiring, training, review and evaluation, retention and recognition, and transition to full-time teaching.
Written for all those involved in a new building or renovation process for law school classes, this state-of-the-art book explains the entire building construction process, the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders involved in the project, and the technology options and ramifications that each choice holds. Substantive chapters each include a checklist as an appendix.