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  • 1law clerk — n: one (as a law school graduate) who provides a judge, magistrate, or lawyer with assistance in such matters as research and analysis Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. law clerk …

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  • 2graduate — index file (arrange), fix (arrange), measure, prefer, promote (advance), sort …

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  • 3Law school in South Korea — Currently in South Korea, a law school is an undergraduate institution where students major in law and are awarded a Légum Baccalaureus , or LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws). Following graduation, candidates must take and pass the bar exam. Under the… …

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  • 4Graduate entry — A graduate entry degree is term used for an academic degree that requires at minimum a previous bachelors degree for admission. It is most commonly used to refer to first professional degree programs. This term first developed in Australia and… …

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  • 5Graduate student unionization — Graduate student employee unionization refers to labor unions that represent students who are employed by their college or university to teach classes, conduct research and perform clerical duties. As of 2007 there are 28 graduate student… …

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  • 6Law and economics — Law and Economics, or economic analysis of law is an approach to legal theory that applies methods of economics to law. It includes the use of economic concepts to explain the effects of laws, to assess which legal rules are economically… …

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  • 7Law school rankings in the United States — Law school rankings are a specific subset of college and university rankings dealing specifically with law schools. Like college and university rankings, law school rankings can be based on empirical data, subjectively perceived qualitive data… …

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  • 8Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law — (GDEHKL) is a programme that allows non law students to convert to law subsequent to their undergraduate qualification. The programme itself is a localised mutation of the Common Professional Examination of England and Wales (CPE), also known as… …

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  • 9law — [lɔː ǁ lɒː] noun 1. [singular, uncountable] LAW the whole system of rules that citizens of a country must obey: • It is against the law (= illegal ) for children to work before they are fifteen. • There were easy profits for businessmen who were… …

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  • 10Law & Order: Criminal Intent (season 8) — The cast of the eighth season of Law Order: Criminal Intent: from left, Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Nicholson, Eric Bogosian, Kathryn Erbe, and Vi …

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  • 11Law enforcement in Azerbaijan — comes under the control of the country s Ministry of Internal Affairs, who administer the National Police of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Admitted to the OSCE on 30 January 1992, with an OSCE office opening in Baku on 16 November 1999, and as a… …

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  • 12Law school — College of Law redirects here. For the UK charity providing legal education, see The College of Law. School of law redirects here. For the ancient Chinese political philosphy, see Legalism (Chinese philosophy). A law school (also known as a… …

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  • 13Graduate Institute of International Studies — Infobox University name = Graduate Institute of International Studies (HEI) established = 1927 type = Public director = Philippe Burrin students = 600 city = Geneva country = Switzerland nickname = HEI website= [http://hei.unige.ch/ hei.unige.ch] …

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  • 14Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies — Infobox University name = Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) established = 2008 type = Public director = Philippe Burrin students = 1000 city = Geneva country = Switzerland nickname = The Graduate Institute… …

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  • 15Graduate Diploma — A Graduate Diploma is generally a postgraduate qualification.AustraliaPostgraduate diplomas offered in Australia are typical of those offered in England, Wales, and Ireland. The diploma is normally taken following a Bachelor s degree and a… …

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  • 16Graduate real estate education — MSRE redirects here. MSRE may also refer to the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment. The study of real estate and real estate development at the graduate school level has taken many forms, giving rise to various educational models in the United States …

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  • 17Graduate Student Organizing Committee — Infobox Union name= GSOC country= United States affiliation= members= 1100 full name= Graduate Student Organizing Committee native name= founded= current= head= UAW local 2110 dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office= New York City,… …

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  • 18Graduate school — A graduate school or ( grad school ) is a school that awards advanced degrees, such as doctoral degrees with the general requirement that students must have earned a previous undergraduate (bachelor s) degree. Many universities award graduate… …

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  • 19Graduate Employees Together - University of Pennsylvania — Infobox Union name= GET UP country= United States affiliation= AFT members= full name= Graduate Employees Together University of Pennsylvania native name= founded= 2001 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office= people=… …

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  • 20Law school in the United States — In the United States, a law school is an institution where students obtain a professional education in law. A law student must hold an undergraduate degree in any field. In most cases the degree awarded by U.S. law schools is the Juris Doctor ,… …

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