Emory University School of Law

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Founded 1916 | ABA Accredited 1923

In 1916, Emory University School of Law opened its doors for the first time with a class of only 28 students and a curriculum of 20 courses. The school has grown quite a bit since then. Today, Emory Law admits over 200 students each year and has a broad range of courses. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the school among the top 20 in the nation.

“Located in Atlanta, birthplace of the civil rights movement, Emory Law offers a wide variety of opportunities to study and practice law in the public sector.” (Emory Law Website) Like most other law schools, first-year students at Emory Law are assigned to required courses; two of which are taught in small sections of about 35 students. During the second and third years, there are a few mandatory courses and a writing requirement. Other than that, students are free to select the courses and academic pursuits that interest them. The school has a number of electives, clinics, and programs in trial techniques, intellectual property, child advocacy, and environmental law. Many second- and third-year students compete in moot court competitions, and there are numerous student organizations from which to choose.


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