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College of Law Hosted its 16th Annual Diversity Law Day

Tuesday 2/21/2017

​Syracuse University College of Law, the New York State Bar Association, William H. Johnson Bar Association and the Law School Admission Council co-sponsored Diversity Law Day on February 17, 2017 in Dineen Hall. This event was part of the initiative to expose students from various racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds to the field of law.

College of Law Hosts its 16th Annual Diversity Law Day

Syracuse University College of Law Announces $20,000 Empire State Scholars Grant for NY State Residents Starting Fall 2017

Tuesday 2/14/2017

Syracuse University College of Law has introduced a $20,000 Empire State Scholars Grant for all admitted New York State residents, beginning with students entering the school in the fall of 2017. Students eligible for the Empire State Scholars Grant may alternatively receive merit-based scholarships for which they qualify that exceed the $20,000 tuition grant.

Download Our eBook: Raising The Bar: Preparing For Law School

Monday 2/6/2017

It’s no secret that when it comes to applying, graduate school is a whole different ballgame than undergrad. As someone with a Bachelor’s degree, a college diploma, and clear career goals, you should be fully prepared for what lies ahead. In fact, law schools will expect that of you.

Raising the Bar

Four Ways To Make Your Application More Competitive

Tuesday 1/24/2017

For the next few months, Admissions offices across the country will be inundated with law school applications. Will yours stand out? To give you a range of ideas to help it do just that, we rounded up quick tips from a variety of experts who know a thing or two about admissions and law school. Take a look…

Writing an application letter

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

Monday 11/28/2016

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.

How to handle a joint degree.

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