U.S. Law Schools

There are hundreds of law schools in the U.S., even more if you count schools not accredited by the American Bar Association. With all of these programs out there, how do you find the right one for you? Let FindLaw be your guide as you narrow down your search. The U.S. Law Schools section of FindLaw for Law Students provides helpful information on law schools by state. It also has articles and resources to help you learn more about the bar exams of various states, an important consideration when it comes to deciding where you go to school and where you want to practice in the future. Although you might feel a little overwhelmed with all of the information, you're not alone. FindLaw is here to help you plot your next steps as you start on this exciting new journey.

U.S. Law Schools Articles
    • Oregon Law Schools

      Oregon has some of the most diverse and breathtaking environments in the nation, full of great natural escapes. These outlets could come in handy if Oregon is on your law school list. Read on for more information and resources about law schools in Oregon.

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    • Arizona Law Schools

      Are you thinking of making Arizona your home while you go to law school? It's not a bad choice, considering that Arizona produced the nation's first female Supreme Court Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor. While your career ambitions may propel you in the same direction, the first step is to get through law school and pass the bar. This article provides information about the top law schools in Arizona along with resources to help you choose the right school.

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    • Virginia Law Schools

      Virginia has had a long and significant impact on American government, supplying most of the authors for its founding documents. There are many great options if you’re considering law school in Virginia. Let this article be your guide as you begin your search.

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    • Colorado Law Schools

      Have you considered law school in Colorado? Its breathtaking national parks and ski resorts offer a nice balance to the rigors of a legal education. This article has the resources you'll need to learn more about law schools in Colorado.

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    • Maryland Law Schools

      hoosing a law school in Maryland is an either/or proposition. There are only two American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools to choose from, both located in Baltimore. The following article provides an overview of Maryland law schools with the details you need to determine which school is right for you.  

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    • Tennessee Law Schools

      If you want to study law in a place rich with history and culture, Tennessee has several law schools to consider, including Vanderbilt, which is ranked in the top 20. Read on to learn more.

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    • North Carolina Law Schools

      If you're ready to make the jump into law school, North Carolina may be the state for you. It has three law schools ranked in the top 60, with Duke prominently in the top 15. If it's answers you're seeking, look no further than the information in this article to get you on your way.

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    • Washington Law Schools

      Washington State has only three American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools to choose from. Fortunately, the law schools all have distinct advantages that may make each one an attractive place to study, depending on your priorities.

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    • Alabama Law Schools

      Alabama is home to just a few law schools, but they differ from one another significantly. If you are considering attending an Alabama law school you'll need to know about the cost and reputation of the different schools to make the decision that is most appropriate for your needs.  

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    • Georgia Law Schools

      As the home to several traditional black colleges and one of the first all-women colleges in America, Georgia has a lot to offer aspiring students. It also features two top-50 law schools. Let this article be your guide as you consider studying law in the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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