The College of Law

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  • Law School Case Study

    American University Law School’s campus is beautiful; the classrooms are new, spacious, and sometimes well-lit. I was really excited to have the opportunity to sit in a real law school class amongst unrehearsed law students, which would give me an insight into the inner workings of a law school classroom. The experience was rewarding in more ways than one and it also reinforced my plans to attend law school. My expectations were unclear, as I had sat in a Torts class before, but this time I sat in a Contracts class. Upon entering the classroom, I immediately noticed how large it was and that being in the third row on the top half meant being really far away from the professor, which is usually a bad experience for me. I personally prefer being…

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  • Free College Admissions Essays: My Passion For Law

    “A lawyer is required to be talented and further a hard worker” Those were the very first words I was told by my father after I decided to become a lawyer, and those exact words have inspired me throughout my profession. My passion for law can be tracked back to my childhood, when I was seven years old as I saw my father for the first time in trial, standing for his client´s rights. The correctness and the pursuit of the truth held in that trial made me realize that there are not greater people…

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  • Cuny's Law School Gap Analysis

    CUNY law school presents a good instance of the gap that exists in gender enrollment of the freshmen in CUNY college system and the private college system, which also is prevalent in most of the colleges in New York. The male freshmen students in the CUNY College present a percentage ratio of 35.4% against the female percent, which is overwhelmingly huge, 64.6%. Female freshmen entry is higher than male freshmen entry in CUNY College. This indicates the number of the freshmen; both, males and…

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  • Carry On Campus

    In 2015, Texas became another state to allow concealed carry weapons on college campuses. The law allowing concealed carry weapons on campus (Senate Bill 11) will take effect on August 1, 2016 for all state 4-year colleges and universities and August 1, 2017 for 2-year and junior colleges. To carry a gun on campus each student must have a concealed handgun license (CHL) and be 21 years old, while also meeting the state and federal qualifications to own a handgun. While the handgun is allowed to…

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  • Campus Shootings: Disaster On Campus

    Disaster on Campus “Ten people were killed when a gunman opened fire at Oregon's Umpqua Community College” (Ford, and Payne). This tragedy is just one of many unfortunate events involving guns on a college campus. Even though College Institutions are where students should feel safe, because of recent campus shootings there has been an active debate on passing the Campus Carry law. The continuing issue over campus shootings have caused many tragedies, there has been fifty-two shootings on…

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  • Personal Narrative: Becoming An Advocate Attorney

    Since the moment I decided to pursue becoming an advocate attorney I knew that I needed to attend a top-notch law school. If other people’s well-beings and futures were going to be in my hands then I needed to receive the best legal education I could. I visited South Texas College of Law in July of 2015 at an open house that made me realize that this was the school I had been looking for. The students who spoke on the panel and gave tours demonstrated the camaraderie between the students at…

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  • Internal Law Vs External Law

    perspective of a college or university, is there a difference between internal law and external law? What are the kinds of sources of law of each kind? Discuss. In examining whether there is a difference between internal and external law in relation to colleges and universities one must take note of the system of governance as it relates to institutions of higher education. Internal laws within higher educational institutions stem from internal governance structures or entities established…

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  • Lawyer Career Research Paper

    Among them are; Civil Rights, Corporate and Securities, Criminal, Education, Employment and labor, Environmental and Natural Resources, Family and Juvenile, Health, Immigration, Intellectual Property, International, Real Estate, Sports and Entertainment, and, Tax. (Fields of Law). Usually a lawyer only picks one, sometimes two fields (or branches) to focus on. Luckily that decision is later in the future, because as of the moment there are more pressing matters; “Law schools do not expect you to…

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  • Pursuing A Career As A Patrol Officer

    school diploma or GED and 35.4% have some college but no degree. The most common college degree that patrolmen attain is a Bachelor’s degree; 28.7% of patrolmen have a Bachelor’s degree ("Occupation Profile," 2015). ‘Many agencies and some police departments require some college coursework or a college degree.” (“Summary,” 2014). Among the Sheriff’s Department, 55% of Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have a high school diploma or GED, 21% have a Post-secondary certificate, and 19% have earned an…

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  • Example Of A Narrative Essay About Education

    My ambition for s With maturity my perception of education, life and law changed significantly. At a younger age, I did not feel like education was for me, however, through my trials and tribulations I came to new realization. I realized I can study law for the betterment of society and help stop the prejudice occurring within the country. College was my crucible and my experience can be broken down into three chapters. The first chapter begins during the earlier stage of my college career. At…

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