Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Legal-Ease Seminar Jan 15-19, 2017

Start the New Year with a Legal-Ease International Seminar
Master Legal English
Materials and Diploma included

Space is limited
Register today www.legalenglish.com info@legalenglish.com

Happy Halloween from Legal-Ease International

Boo! Happy Halloween from Legal-Ease International! Wishing everyone a great day!
Next seminar in Mexico City Jan. 15-19, 2018!
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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Georgia State Law Named No. 1 Best Value School in United States by National Jurist

Georgia State University College of Law is the No. 1 “Best Value” law school, according to National Jurist. The college topped the list on National Jurists “Top 20 Best Value Law Schools” for 2017 and has been consistently ranked a best value school for 10 years.
“We are extremely proud to be named by National Jurist as the best value in legal education today,” said Wendy F. Hensel, interim dean and professor of law. “In truth, this recognition confirms what we have always known—Georgia State Law is a leader in student-centered legal education.”
The article noted that Georgia State Law, which rose from the No. 4 spot last year, “rocked the house across the board” with an average student debt below $65,000, a bar passage rate of 88 percent in 2015 and more than 82 percent employment rate.
This is the tenth year Georgia State Law has been among the nation’s top 10 Best Value schools. The article, which featured an interview with Hensel, discussed affordability and student debt as an important factor in determining value. Georgia State Law, with a tuition of $16,858, lowered its average indebtedness from last year to $64,384.
“Our students are not forced to choose between world-class programming and affordable tuition,” Hensel said. “Instead, they graduate as highly trained and competitive legal professionals who are able to choose personally satisfying careers uninfluenced by heavy debt.”
The University of Georgia was second on the list, followed by the University of Florida, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Nebraska at No. 5.
The publication’s rankings are based on a percentage of graduates who pass the bar exam (15 percent); employment rate (35 percent); tuition (25 percent); cost of living (10 percent); and average indebtedness upon graduation (15 percent). The employment number is calculated by giving more weight to full-time, bar passage required jobs. The formula is designed to find law schools in which graduates have excellent chances of passing the bar and getting a job without taking on a ton of debt for education.

For more information on the LL.M program for Foreign Lawyers see the website
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Graduate and International Programs / University of San Diego Law

Scholars in the U.S. Law and Policy Program toured the offices of Gomez Trial Attorneys in San Diego, with USD Professor in Residence Linda Lane. Attorney Bibi Fell took the Scholars to the firm’s mock courtroom and conference rooms and explained the work done by the firm. Gomez Trial Attorneys is among the most highly regarded trial firms nationally and in San Diego.

For more information visit the graduate Law programs page

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Legal-Ease International Seminar in Monterrey, Mexico November 13-17

  Legal English Seminar in Monterrey

Start the New Year with Legal English! Legal English is more important than ever! Regulations between the U.S. and Mexico are changing with the New President, Every international lawyer needs a strong command of American Legal Language!
 Register today for a LEGAL ENGLISH SEMINAR in Monterrey! Write with precision, gain clients...... - Nov.13-17  6:30- 9 discounts for groups - All Materials and DIPLOMA included Register here www.legalenglish.com/seminars email: info@legalenglish.com Space is limited We bring Legal English to YOU! Gain clients and master Legal English with this important seminar!
 Education tares down walls!  

University of Hawaii students warned of N. Korea threat

Trouble in paradise?
 University of Hawaii administrators have warned all 18,000 students to be ready for a nuclear attack from North Korea, sending out a campus-wide email Monday explaining what to do if Kim Jong Un launches an attack.
"In light of concerns about North Korea missile tests, state and federal agencies are providing information about nuclear threats and what to do in the unlikely event of a nuclear attack and radiation emergency," the email read, according to Hawaii News Now.

U Hawaii prepared as always! Great professors and LL.M program students ready!

 For more information contact https://www.law.hawaii.edu/llm-admissions

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Students engaged with eachother at UC Davis Contracts class

This group photo on the last day of Contracts, a class with Professor Florestal, shows how engaged students are with each other. Congratulations on completing your class, students!

For more information on this fabulous LL.M program at UC Davis visit the website at

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

U San Diego LL.M Events in Europe!

Upcoming LLM Events in Europe! (Oct. 24-26)

Learn about our LLM in Comparative Law program for international attorneys. Events are hosted by Find Your LL.M. and take place in Brussels, Paris, and Berlin. USD School of Law will be represented in the Paris and Berlin sessions. Registration link is below.


Still time to meeet UC Davis Law in Brazil!

There's still time to meet us in Brazil! If you have any questions regarding our LL.M. program or furthering your legal education, International Outreach Coordinator Charlie Lemcke and Alumna Patricia Ribeiro are in Brazil to help. BONUS: Sign up for a one-on-one meeting here:
http://ucdavislaw.fyllm.com/ and take home this UC Davis lawyer cow!