Saturday, April 28, 2018
Friday, April 27, 2018
Here are just ten reasons (of many) why you should choose UC Davis School of Law for your LL.M. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions! We review and accept applications year-round.
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Top 10 Reasons to Choose UC Davis School of Law
- World-Class Reputation: King Hall has a nationally recognized faculty, a world-class student body, and an international reputation to match.
Employer Access: With its proximity to California's
capital, the Bay Area, and Silicon Valley, and an alumni network that
stretches from coast to coast, King Hall offers access to numerous employers of every kind and every size in all locations;
private law firms, federal, state and local government agencies, public
interest organizations, and non-legal businesses alike greatly respect
and value the UC Davis J.D.
More Aid, Less Debt: King Hall's substantial financial aid and scholarship support
have consistently placed the School of Law among national leaders in
generosity of financial aid and helped students to attend with lower
Real World Learning: King Hall students complement classroom learning with hands-on experience participating in cutting-edge research and real-world lawyering. Faculty fully integrate students into their ambitious research and practice activities.
The King Hall Community: Our friendly, supportive, and collaborative environment stands in stark contrast to the cutthroat atmosphere of many other top law schools.
Friendly, Brilliant, Diverse: King Hall, home to the only "majority-minority" faculty
of a leading American law school, is committed to recruiting and
retaining a student body that is both brilliant and diverse. Our vibrant
and multicultural environment includes scores of student groups, award-winning student-run trial programs and appellate advocacy programs, and innovative clinics and externship opportunities.
Location, Location, Location: King Hall has proximity to leading institutions of law, government and business. UC Davis' location,
an hour from the Bay Area and 15 minutes from California's state
capital, connects students to centers of activity in law, policy and
Alumni Who Care: Our graduates' sincere love for their time at King Hall translates to strong alumni networks in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, as well as metropolitan areas throughout the nation and the world.
The Legacy of Dr. King: UC Davis School of Law is committed to the ideals of social justice and equality espoused by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,
for whom the law school building is named. This commitment is expressed
in our dedication to public service, diversity, and all aspects of our mission.
Students have 24-hour access to a truly state-of-the-art facility that
blends technology with a true community and seriousness of purpose.
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Thursday, April 26, 2018
‘Aloha’ is a legal concept that grew out of the necessity for Hawaiians to live in peace and work together, in harmony with the land and their spiritual beliefs.
And as it turns out, ‘Aloha’ is actually the law in Hawaii
Hawaii now hosts almost nine million visitors a year, and ‘Aloha’ is a word that most of those tourists will hear during their time on the islands. The word is used in place of hello and goodbye, but it means much more than that. It’s also a shorthand for the spirit of the islands – the people and the land – and what makes this place so unique.
“Alo means ‘face to face’ and Ha means ‘breath of life’,” according to Davianna Pōmaikaʻi McGregor, a Hawaii historian and founding member of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. But McGregor also noted that there are several less literal, but equally valid, interpretations of the word.
“Akahai, meaning kindness to be expressed with tenderness;
Lōkahi, meaning unity, to be expressed with harmony;
ʻOluʻolu, meaning agreeable, to be expressed with pleasantness;
Haʻahaʻa, meaning humility, to be expressed with modesty;
Ahonui, meaning patience, to be expressed with perseverance.”
Although the Aloha Spirit law didn’t become official until 1986, its origins are deeply rooted in native Hawaiian culture. Aloha is a concept that grew out of the necessity for Hawaiians to live in peace and work together, in harmony with the land and their spiritual beliefs
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Sunday, April 15, 2018
Friday, April 13, 2018
Another great reason to study law at the University of Hawaii, William Richardson School of Law for your LL.M
Studies show the city of Honolulu is clean!
International consulting firm, Mercer, Honolulu ranks number one #1 in worldwide sanitation. The study based it's findings off of an analysis of cities' wast removal and sewage infrastructure, air pollution, water quality and availability, and levels of infectious diseases.
Honolulu also ranks number 3in quality of living among all cities in the U.S., and 36th worldwide. Click here to view the report.
“Those of us that live in Honolulu know what a beautiful place it is, and it’s always encouraging to know that the rest of the world is paying attention,” said Mayor Kirk Caldwell. “This kind of recognition is a credit to the hard working city employees who take care of our sewers and water treatment facilities, and even residents that go out of their way to pick up trash off our city streets.”
The Board of Water Supply's Chief Engineer and Manager, Ernest Lau, says that the group works hard to ensure our drinking water is safe, and takes pride in delivering dependable and affordable water to everyone on the island.
“Clean water and clean air make our island an amazing place to live, and we can only keep it that way with continued investment in infrastructure and each citizen taking care of our Island,” said Josh Stanbro, executive director of the Office of Climate change, Sustainability and Resiliency.
Living conditions in over 450 cities worldwide were evaluated by Mercer.
For more information to apply to study in this beautiful, clean, safe environment,,,,
Go to https://www.law.hawaii.edu/llm-admissions
Apply today! You can also email Spencer Kimura, Director of LL.M programs
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Thursday, April 12, 2018
An international law program at the University of Hawaii, William Richardson School of Law is a unique opportunity to Study in the U.S. in the most beautiful surroundings!
The deadlines to apply for 2018 are
Master of Laws (LLM) Program: June 9, 2018
Advanced JD (AJD) Program: July 1, 2018
Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) Program: May 1, 2018
For more information see the website at https://www.law.hawaii.edu/llm
or emai Spencer Kimura, LL.M Directory email@example.com
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Friday, April 6, 2018
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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
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