Blueprint LSAT Blog: top law school

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Top Law Schools in Nebraska

Known for its never–ending farmlands, amazing food, and relatively lower cost of living, Nebraska can be the perfect place to pursue a law degree. In this piece, we cover admissions requirements, average LSAT scores, and acceptance rates at Nebraska’s two law schools to help you make an informed decision. For information about other states’ law

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The Best Accredited Part-Time Law Programs 

Graduating from an accredited law school can help you give your career the edge it needs. A US News survey of 55 law schools across the country found the median salary for graduates to be at or above $100,000. So what jobs can you get with a law degree? There are numerous options available for

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Top Law Schools in Mississippi

Situated in the heart of the South, Mississippi is a quintessentially southern state. Surrounded by Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, and Louisiana, Mississippi is nestled in the “Bible Belt” of America. The great Mississippi river defines the state’s western boundary.  With a humid and subtropical climate, the state is home to several rivers, lakes, and dense forests.

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Top Law Schools in Michigan

Michigan, the world’s cherry capital, is also home to the famous Coney Island hot dogs. This Great Lakes state has a stunning coastline and comprises beaches and lakeside resorts. In addition to quaint towns, delicious bites, and beautiful scenery, Michigan has some of the best law schools in the country.  Studying at a prestigious law

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Top Law Schools in Minnesota

Minnesota, the state of 10,000 lakes, has many unique historical and cultural sites. It is the 12th largest state in the United States and is home to the largest shopping mall in the country. Minnesota has many scenic vistas making it a perfect place for students who love to destress in nature after a particularly

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Top Law Schools in Massachusetts

In addition to Boston accents, the beaches and seafood of Cape Cod, and its pivotal role in early American history, Massachusetts also boasts long-standing legal traditions. In fact, its written constitution–drafted in 1780 by John Adams–is the oldest in the world. Perhaps it’s no surprise that the state renowned for academics is home to eight

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What Are the T14 Law Schools and Why Should You Know About Them?

T14 refers to the top 14 law schools in U.S. News and World Report‘s annual Best Law Schools rankings. This is the very tip-top of the top law schools, and includes schools such as Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, and Stanford Law School, to name a few. Besides looking pretty great on your resume,

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Top Law Schools in Delaware

Delaware is a small Mid-Atlantic U.S. state with a population of less than one million. The capital, Dover, is the site of the First State Heritage Park, which encompasses 18th-century Colonial landmarks like the Georgian-style Old State House. There is one prominent law school in Delaware that made the list of Top Law Schools in

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