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While reading the descriptions of law schools, I realized that many have a emphasis on their libraries, talking about their wireless, or 24-hours opening, or large volume, and so on. My questions, how does a library affect your life in law school? Do you study a lot in the library? Do you do a lot research in law school? Should I consider library as one major factor when choosing a law schools? If so, why and what should I be looking for about their libraries?

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Concentrations is generally better than non-concentrations, isn't it?

I am trying to define which one is the best between: Certificate program, concentration, and JD/MA. Can someone explain the differences and effects between the three?

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I just started picking my law schools, which I will apply for next year. While reading the descriptions of some schools, they mentioned that they have "certificate programs." What is a "certificate program?" It is not equvenlent with a bar test, right? Then what is special about this program and getting the certificate?

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I just graduated from college, and now studying for my LSAT. I wish to work in a law firm as an assistant, you know, the non-lawyer one but get my feet wet in the field by watching and learning. However, I have no idea how do these firms hire assistants. Any suggestions about where to look?

Also, any suggestions about what kind of skills and highlights they'd been looking for?

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