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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: International Law
« on: November 01, 2004, 08:51:21 AM »
Here is the list.

1.  New York University 
2.  Columbia University (NY)
3.  Georgetown University (DC)
4.  Harvard University (MA)
   Yale University (CT)
6.  American University (Washington College of Law) (DC)
7.  University of Virginia 
8.  George Washington University (DC)
9.  University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 
10.  University of California–Berkeley 
11.  Cornell University (NY)
   Duke University (NC)
13.  Stanford University (CA)
   University of Texas–Austin 
15.  Washington University in St. Louis 
16.  Northwestern University (IL)
17.  Tulane University (LA)
18.  University of Iowa 
   University of Washington

I have extensive International work exposure/experience.  I feel that is good advice to go near N.Y. or D.C.  I am definetely looking to sneak my way into a school like American University.  Out of Georgetown, G.W., and American I think I have the best chance at American U.  Any recommendations for any other schools around the D.C. area that are not one of these top schools?

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: International Law
« on: October 29, 2004, 08:09:03 AM »
Thank you.

What are the best ways to search out these types of schools.  Does anyone have any recommendations of publications other than rankings that go into detail about School Specialty Programs like sivil, environmental, international...?

Choosing the Right Law School / International Law
« on: October 29, 2004, 07:39:45 AM »
I am trying to find the Top Law Schools who specialize in International Law.  I can only find the top 5, can anyone email me the top 20 or so.

I am looking to go to PITT, I heard they have an outstanding International Law Program.

Any Advice??

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