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    Georgia (Atlanta) -- Emory University School of Law -- Accreditation: Full ABA -- Year Founded: 1916
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    Emory University School of Law (also known as Emory Law or ELS) is a first-tier US law school that is part of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. It is ranked #30 among ABA-approved law schools by the 2012 U.S. News & World Report. In 2007, Vault.com ranked Emory the most underrated law school in the U.S.

    Emory Law is located in Gambrell Hall, part of Emory’s campus in the Druid Hills neighborhood, six miles (10 km) northeast of downtown Atlanta. Emory's location in Atlanta, a national business and legal center, gives law students the opportunity to take advanced classes from, and work with, some of the leading judges and lawyers in the United States.


    About Emory Law

    At Emory Law, we equip future lawyers with a practical and theoretical understanding of the law.

    We offer real-world experiences that give you a glimpse of what life as a lawyer will be like. And we expose you to diverse opportunities to help you determine where your passions lie—whether it’s fighting to protect a patent or a human life.

    Our professors have unique backgrounds and interests—from pioneering the Feminism and Legal Theory Project to uncovering the intersection of law and religion, to fighting for justice for Guantanamo Bay detainees. But they all share a culture of openness and collaboration with their students and with each other.

    As an Emory Law student, you are encouraged to challenge the status quo and follow your mind and your heart. You may aspire to do mergers and acquisitions in a large corporation, or to be on the ground pursuing the personal cause or in the courtroom defending an abused child. Whichever path you choose, you will leave Emory with a deep knowledge of the law and a set of valuable skills.

    At Emory, we prepare you for more than practice. We prepare you to challenge and change the world.
    Admissions and Academics

    Admission to the law school is selective. The 2007-2008 admissions statistics boast a 23% acceptance rate. The class of 2012 shares a median LSAT score of 166 and a median GPA of 3.57.

    Juris Doctor Degree

    The School of Law offers a three-year, full-time program leading to a Juris Doctor degree. Emory Law is particularly known for its expertise in Bankruptcy Law, Environmental Law, Feminist Legal Theory, Intellectual Property Law, International law, and Law and Religion.

    Joint-Degree Programs

    Emory Law also offers joint-degree programs through cooperation with the Goizueta Business School (JD/MBA), the Candler School of Theology (JD/MTS and JD/MDiv), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (JD/PhD), the Rollins School of Public Health (JD/MPH), and the Center for Russian and East European Studies (JD/REES Certificate).

    LLM Programs

    In partnership with Central European University, Emory also provides an LLM program for students with a U.S. law degree seeking advanced training in international commercial law and international politics. Emory also has a separate LLM program for qualified foreign professionals seeking training in international and comparative law.

    Contact the School

    Emory University School of Law
    Gambrell Hall
    1301 Clifton Road
    Atlanta, GA 30322-2770

    Admission
    404.727.6801

    Career Services
    404.727.6513

    Website
    http://www.law.emory.edu

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