New York's 15 law schools have opened their doors to what many deans describe as one of the most motivated first-year classes in memory. But with significantly fewer prospective students to go around
In her legal career, Regina Calcaterra has probed utilities on their response to Sandy, recouped investments for defrauded pension funds and is now the executive director of a Moreland Act commission
...green-light their admission. Students will need to maintain a 3.2 GPA, score highly on the LSAT and formally apply to Touro Law to...
...for the scholarship specifically, Crowell said. Eligibility will be based on undergraduate GPA, LSAT score and a demonstrated commitment to community service....
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