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  • Advice From 3LS | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Load Class Scheduling Policy JD JD FAQS Application Transfers JD MBA Program About the JD MBA Program Why Alabama Academics Degree Requirements Curriculum and Timeline Real World Experience Admissions Application Requirements Apply Check Application Status Visiting Alabama Tuition Careers Student Life Contact Us JD MSCE JD Tax LL M JD Business Transactions JD MA JD PhD Application JD PhD in Economics The Business of Being a Lawyer Video Interviews BBL FAQ Faculty Bios Video Interview Practice Areas Interesting BBL Facts Advice From 3LS Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/the-business-of-being-a-lawyer/advice-from-3ls/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Cross-Disciplinary Legal Studies | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    the University of Alabama School of Law sponsors and supports a variety of research and educational opportunities for faculty and students The Program is committed to fostering cutting edge research analysis and teaching that focus on the interaction and integration of diverse academic disciplines as they relate to law legal theory and public policy These disciplines include but are not limited to philosophy economics political science psychology sociology anthropology feminist theory history neuroscience medicine and statistics The Program sponsors lectures symposia and a cross disciplinary workshop series The Program also provides support to the law school s joint degree programs and to courses and student organizations with an interdisciplinary focus Co Directors Michael Pardo J Shahar Dillbary Board of Directors William Brewbaker Grace Lee Meredith Render Fred Vars Affiliated Faculty Montre Carodine Heather Elliott Tony Freyer Timothy Hoff Paul Horwitz Daniel Joyner Andrew Morriss Norman Singer Meador Lectures on Equality The Law School will host the 2014 Meador Lecture Series on Equality on Friday April 11 in room A255 of the Law School The 2014 Meador Lectures will explore the topic of Equality and its relationships to moral legal and political values from different scholarly disciplines and perspectives We anticipate the series will explore jurisprudential issues regarding general intersections between law and equality Lectures include Matthew Adler Richard A Horvitz Professor of Law and Professor of Economics Philosophy and Public Policy at Duke Law School Martha Albertson Fineman Robert W Woodruff Professor of Law Emory University Law School Jerry Kang Professor of Law and Asian American Studies by courtesy Korea Times Hankook Ilbo Chair in Korean American Studies UCLA School of Law and Reva Siegel Nicholas deB Katzenbach Professor of Law Yale Law School The Daniel J Meador Lecture was established in 1994 to honor The University of Alabama School

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/cross-disciplinary-legal-studies-program/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Lawyer Video Interviews BBL FAQ Faculty Bios Video Interview Practice Areas Interesting BBL Facts Advice From 3LS Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships Cross Disciplinary Courses Cross Disciplinary Program American Legal History LAW 772 2 3 Hours Anthropology Legal LAW 754 2 3 Hours Antitrust Law LAW 684 2 3 Hours Biomedical Ethics LAW 718 2 3 Hours Business Ethics Seminar LAW 615 2 Hours Economics Law and LAW 723 2 3 Hours English Legal History LAW 823 Hours Evidence Special Problems

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/cross-disciplinary-legal-studies-program/cross-disciplinary-courses/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Podcasts | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    JD MBA Program About the JD MBA Program Why Alabama Academics Degree Requirements Curriculum and Timeline Real World Experience Admissions Application Requirements Apply Check Application Status Visiting Alabama Tuition Careers Student Life Contact Us JD MSCE JD Tax LL M JD Business Transactions JD MA JD PhD Application JD PhD in Economics The Business of Being a Lawyer Video Interviews BBL FAQ Faculty Bios Video Interview Practice Areas Interesting BBL Facts Advice From 3LS Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships Podcasts Podcasts

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/cross-disciplinary-legal-studies-program/podcasts/ (2016-02-12)
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  • International LL.M. | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships International LL M The School of Law offers a one year program for foreign lawyers leading to the Master of Laws LL M degree The program is for persons who have completed a basic legal education and received a university degree in law in another country Students may elect to take courses aimed at developing knowledge in specific areas of the law such as international business law environmental law or comparative law or may tailor a custom course of study to suit individual interests or professional needs The UA School of Law is one of the top 10 public law schools in the nation according to US News World Report To earn an LL M degree a student must be in residence in The University of Alabama School of Law for two semesters and must be enrolled for at least 24 semester hours of work over the academic year Courses and seminars will be arranged on an individual basis with the advice of a faculty mentor and the Director of International Programs Bryan Fair To earn the degree students must maintain a minimum 2 5 overall grade point average on a 4 0 scale for all courses and seminars Students must also in the judgment of the law faculty demonstrate satisfactory understanding of the subject matter and above average ability as legal scholars In

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/international-graduate-programs/international-llm/ (2016-02-12)
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  • International LL.M. Frequently Asked Questions | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    have a minimum TOEFL or IELTS score but your application is more competitive with a TOEFL score of at least 600 PBT 250 CBT 100 IBT and an IELTS score of at least 6 5 Is a letter of recommendation required Yes At least one letter of recommendation from the dean or a professor of the university where you obtained your first law degree is required Is a personal statement or essay required Yes You must write a personal statement or essay stating your background your reasons for applying to the International LL M Program and your career expectations What material is required to submit an application to the International Graduate Program The applicant must submit the following Master of Laws LL M application dated and signed US 54 Application Fee made payable to The University of Alabama You may send a check or money order or you may pay by credit card online at http www law ua edu intllmpayment Visa MasterCard and Discover are accepted for the online payment Cash is not accepted This fee cannot be waived and is non refundable Personal statement stating your background your reasons for applying to the International LL M program and your career expectations Transcript evaluation It is preferred that applicants use the LSAC International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service for transcript evaluation For information please visit www lsac org click on the Future LL M Students tab and review the information regarding the LSAC Credential Assembly Service LL M CAS LSAC requires a fee for this service The Law School will also accept official transcripts certificates and or diplomas from all schools colleges and universities attended above the secondary level for evaluation All must be certified by the dean or registrar of each educational institution and translated in English These transcripts certificates and or diplomas must come directly from the educational institutions At least one letter of recommendation from the dean or a professor of the university where you obtained your first degree in law The letter must be sent directly from the dean or professor to the Law School Admissions Office or to LSAC LL M CAS Resume showing all full time employment honors and activities Completed Student F 1 I 20 J 1 DS 2019 Request Form which can be found at www law ua edu admissions application If you answer Yes to any portion of the Code of Conduct or Character and Fitness Section of the application please provide supplemental information in accordance with the instructions Official TOEFL report or IELTS score if the language of instruction for your first law degree was not English The TOEFL report must come directly from Educational Testing Services ETS The TOEFL or IELTS score may not be more than two years old The scores may be sent directly to the LSAC LL M CAS or directly to the Law School Copy of both photo and visa page of your passport How do I apply to the International LL M Program

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/international-graduate-programs/faqs/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D.) Frequently Asked Questions | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    and a description of the topic of your proposed dissertation including the name of one or two University of Alabama School of Law faculty members who have agreed to supervise your dissertation The Admissions Committee and Director of International Programs are available to assist you in identifying faculty members who may agree to supervise your proposed dissertation You may also be asked to submit an example of your scholarly work What material is required to submit an application to the J S D Program You must submit the following when applying to the Program J S D application dated and signed US 40 Application Fee made payable to The University of Alabama You may send a check or money order or you may pay by credit card online at http www law ua edu jsdappfee Visa MasterCard and Discover are accepted for the online payment Cash is not accepted This fee cannot be waived and is non refundable Transcripts certificates and diplomas from all colleges and or universities that you have attended including transcripts certificates and diplomas from the institution s that conferred your first degree in law and your LL M degree or from the institution that will confer your LL M degree if you are currently enrolled an LL M program It is recommended that applicants use the LL M CAS International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service in addition to the Document Assembly Service LSAC requires an additional fee for this service However official transcripts certificates and diplomas from all institutions that you have attended may be sent directly to the Law School If sent to the Law School these must come directly from each educational institution and must be certified by the dean or registrar of each institution and translated in English Résumé Please attach a résumé describing your academic and professional background Please list any scholarly publications or other original work you have published Personal statement stating your background of why you wish to enroll in the J S D Program and of your career expectations Plan of Study and Dissertation Topic Proposal Please submit a plan of study and a description of the topic of your proposed dissertation Include the names of one or two University of Alabama School of Law faculty members who have agreed to supervise your dissertation The Admissions Committee and the Director of International Programs are available to assist you in identifying faculty members who may agree to supervise your proposed dissertation You may also be asked to submit an example of scholarly work Letters of Recommendation Provide at least two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic or scholarly qualifications The letters must be sent directly to the Law School Admissions Office or to LSAC to include in your LL M CAS If you attended the University of Alabama School of Law International LL M Program the letters of recommendation from your LL M application fulfill this requirement if you have been out of the program for less

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/international-graduate-programs/jsd-faq/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Certificate in Governmental Affairs | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Governmental Affairs Recognizing the heritage of the University of Alabama School of Law as a training ground for leaders of our state and nation s legislative executive and judicial branches the Law School is pleased to offer its students the opportunity to obtain a certificate in governmental affairs In order to receive the certificate 1 Students must successfully complete either the Federal Externship or a state government externship approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs The Associate Dean shall not approve a state governmental affairs externship for purposes of completing this requirement unless a significant portion of the extern s responsibilities relate to the process of policy development Neither judicial externships nor externships with prosecutors will usually qualify to fulfill the externship requirement and 2 Students must complete i either Legislation or Political and Legislative Writing or Legislative Drafting and ii Administrative Law and 3 Students must complete 12 credit hours from any of the following elective courses These courses relate to the functioning of governmental institutions acquaint the students with tools that are useful in doing policy analysis or provide important policy background to matters that are frequently the subject of legislation Law School Courses Law and Economics Law and Social Science Disability Law Consumer Protection Antitrust Law Health Care Law Environmental Law I Environmental Law II International Trade Law and Investment Tax Policy Regulated Industries Securities Regulation Political Science Courses graduate level American National Government Executive and Legislative Institutions PSC 615 State Politics PSC 614 Survey of Public Administration PS 565 1 4 Students

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/academics/certificate-in-governmental-affairs/ (2016-02-12)
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