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Regents Vote to Decrease Tuition at Iowa Law Next Year
11/25/2013 10:27:31 - (David)
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Tuition is scheduled to drop 16.4% next year for residents and non residents alike at the University of Iowa College of Law after the Iowa Board of Regents took the vote yesterday. Essentially, this means one of the best bargains among the top 25 law schools is about to become even more so. We're excited to see if other schools also slash their tuition in response!
Don't Miss the December Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
11/21/2013 08:38:51 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, December 2 and include these items:
Video: What Not to Write in Your Personal Statement for Law School
Creating the Right Alternative
Law School Faculty Diversity
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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Updated LSAT Book Reviews
11/19/2013 13:58:56 - (David)
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We have updated LSAT book reviews based upon continuous feedback from our website visitors and clients.
Our reviews come from a combination of recommendations from clients, consultants and partners, so if you have any books you feel should be included in our reviews, please do drop us a line!
A New 3+3 Program
11/11/2013 11:24:29 - (David)
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The University of Iowa College of Law has announced a new 3+3 program that will allow qualified juniors at University of Iowa and Iowa State University admission to the law school. Furthermore, the law school classes taken during what would be their senior year of undergraduate will also count toward their bachelor's degree. University of Iowa mentioned they hope to announce similar 3+3 plans with other Iowa colleges over the next year or so.
This is great news, particularly for Iowa residents who plan to pursue a J.D. Not only will you save one year of college expenses, but Iowa Law also has one of the lowest costs of attendance amongst the AdmissionsConsultants Top 25 Law Schools.
Nebraska to Offer LL.M. Program
|11/11/2013 11:27:36 - (David)|
The University of Nebraska College of Law announced it will offer an LL.M. program commencing next fall. The one-year program will consist mostly of electives from the J.D. program and the first "beta" class will consist of just five students. The school hopes to eventually enroll about 20 students per year.