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Our 11 Most Highly Recommended Books to Read Before Law School

Monday 6/22/2015

If you’re law school-bound in the near future, here’s a tip: block out some quality time this summer to crack open a few specific books and make the most of what lies ahead. This list of titles, intended to prepare incoming Syracuse Law students, has been compiled by our Admissions team over many years of gathering suggestions from faculty. (Two new titles were added just this past spring.) Got your library card ready?


Behold, Your Syracuse University Bucket List

Wednesday 5/13/2015

When you arrive at Syracuse Law, you’ll quickly realize that there’s more to the Power of Orange than an exceptional legal education taught by a faculty of respected thought leaders. Beyond that, there are a few key people, places, and activities on campus that add to who we are as an institution.


Syracuse Law Was Named One of the Best Law Schools for Practical Training

Wednesday 4/15/2015

In its March 2015 issue, The National Jurist released its list of the best law schools in the country for practical training. They took into account “the number of full-time students who take simulation courses, externships, clinics, or who participate in interschool skills competitions.” And on that list? Syracuse Law!


Want a J.D. and a Masters? Here’s How to Manage a Joint Degree

Tuesday 2/3/2015

Sure, getting a J.D. and a Master’s degree sounds fantastic, but ‘fess up: it sounds a little intimidating, too, right? We get asked a lot about what it’s like to get a joint degree (and if those students ever sleep), so for those of you interested in doubling up, read on. This is how you tackle getting two degrees at once:


So You Want To Work In Counterterrorism? Start Here

Friday 10/31/2014

Among the many academic offerings that make Syracuse Law unique from other law schools, our Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT, or “in-skit” around here) is without a doubt one of our favorites to talk about.


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