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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princeton_Law_School

The Law School at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) was a department of Princeton University from 1847 until 1852. It began instruction in 1847 as a modest effort consisting of three professors: Joseph Coerten Hornblower, Richard Stockton Field, and James S. Green. Only seven students obtained a ...

lapa.princeton.edu/content/degree-programs

Princeton University does not have a law school, and so does not offer the J.D., L.L.M. or S.J.D degree. Princeton does, however, offer a great many opportunities for those with interests in law to pursue graduate education in other disciplines. The Woodrow Wilson School has a long-standing commitment to combining ...

careerservices.princeton.edu/undergraduate-students/graduate-school/law-school

When considering the study of law, there are key skills that you should excel in and enjoy using. Analytical reasoning, research, communication and critical analysis of written works are just a few examples. Also begin researching what lawyers really do and the variety of practice areas within the field. Law School ...

www.princetonreview.com/law-school

Find the best law school for you. Research law programs, get LSAT and admission information, and view our top law school rankings.

abovethelaw.com/2017/11/why-princeton-law-school-is-in-the-top-20

Nov 27, 2017 ... In-house columnist Mark Herrmann on why reputation -- of law schools and law firms -- is such an odd thing.

www.princetonreview.com/law-school-rankings/best-law-schools

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www.quora.com/Why-doesnt-Princeton-have-a-law-school

According to Wikipedia, they tried several times, unsuccessfully, to get one going. For what it's worth, despite Princeton having some graduate studies, I have always heard in the academic world that Princeton is regarded as a heavily, heavily-f...

theprincetontory.com/a-lawless-university-the-history-of-princeton-law

Jan 4, 2016 ... As undergraduate students walk through the campus of an unnamed school in New Haven, Connecticut or through the corridors of another unnamed school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, it is common for them to run into students from the adjoining law school. Such interaction at Princeton University is, ...

www.lettersofnote.com/2011/11/dear-princeton-law-school.html

Nov 25, 2011 ... Early-1957, Harvey Wax — a young man hoping to one day become a lawyer — sent an application letter to Princeton University's Law School and crossed his fingers. A short time later, he received the following rejection letter. It never fails to amuse me. It's worth noting that Mr. Wax subsequently applied to ...