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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

  • North Dakota Law Schools

    It may be a surprise, but North Dakota has been ranked among the happiest states, even edging out Hawaii. It's not a bad place to go to law school, as it has one of the more affordable schools and a favorable legal job market.

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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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  • New York Law Schools

    New York State has a wealth of options when it comes to law schools and is home to some of the nation's most prestigious law schools. Given all these options, it's important for you to have the right answers to all your questions before making your decision and this article is here to help.

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  • New Mexico Law Schools

    New Mexico has a diverse cultural and legal history and presents unique opportunities for law students. The University of New Mexico law school is ranked in the top 60 law schools in the nation and also specializes in Native American and natural resources law. Read on to learn more about law school opportunities in the Land of Enchantment.

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  • New Hampshire Law Schools

    New Hampshire is the destination of presidential candidates every four years. It was also home to one more famous attorneys and orators in American history, Daniel Webster. If you want to go to law school in the heart of the presidential political process, the state has a top-100 law school.

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  • Nevada Law Schools

    Did you know that Nevada was home to Felice Cohn, one of the first women to be admitted to practice before the Supreme Court and an early advocate for women and children? This article has the information you need about going to law school in Nevada.

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  • Nebraska Law Schools

    In the "Cornhusker State," you'll have a choice of two law schools to attend. Learn more about Creighton School of Law, a small, private Jesuit university, and the University of Nebraska College of Law, a public school located in the capital city of Lincoln.

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  • Maine Law Schools

    If you are looking to go to law school in the "Pine State," you'll only have one option: the University of Maine School of Law. Learn more about seaside-located school including tuition, curriculum, notable alumni, and more.

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  • Montana Law Schools

    As one of the largest states, Montana is referred to as the Treasure State for its resources and natural beauty. It’s also home to the University of Montana, School of Law. Read on to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of law school in Montana and whether it's the right place for you.

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  • Missouri Law Schools

    With its famous towering arch in St. Louis, Missouri has long been known as a gateway state. It also happens to be where the first person successfully parachuted from an airplane. While law school may seem like a similar leap of faith, there are resources available to help you. With a top-20 law school, you may be considering Missouri as your gateway to the law. If so, let this article be your parachute to solid ground.

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