That is a relative determination. Michign, Harvard, Stanford are all top notch law schools along with dozens of others.
The ivy league law schools have the best criminal law programs, followed by all other ABA approved law schools. Criminal justice schools do teach mostly criminal law but that path wil not make a graduate a lawyer. For CA bar/baby bar tutoring or general tutoring for any law school see CaliforniaBarHelp.com
Look at the U.S. News and World Report's ranking of law schools- redone every year, but the same schools come out in the top every time. You best chances of finding the job you want at the firm you want are if you attend a top law school- if you can get in. If not, your state law school costs less than private law schools- if you can get in. Check requirements in the state where you want to practice. You will probably need to attend an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school- so be wary of foreign law schools and online schools.
Law schools that are a pain to get into you have yale,harvard,stanford, Uc berkley and UMich pretty easy law schools to get into you have uWisconsin, uiowa, uMinnesota, ucolorado and UFlorida Canada: ********and one of the best law schools is in the university of Toronto . I heard that if you want to go for law go to Toronto and sciences go to the University of Alberta. People who drop out from University of Alberta end up going to Yale and Harvard **************
According to US News and World Reports, Yale is the top law school in the nation. (The full list can be seen here http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/rankings).However, don't limit yourself simply to an ivy league schools. Yale law school has an admissions rate of 8-10%. There are numbers of schools with fantastic law programs that aren't Ivy League schools (NYU is 5th, Berkeley 6th, etc.) Don't go to a school just for a name, go because you know it is the best fit for you. Then you will truly be happy with the education you are receiving!
No, top online law schools are not competitive with the top brick-and-mortar law schools. The reason is you can't get a law degree online. No, they are not competitive with the brick-and-mortar law schools. You may be able to take some classes and obtain your undergrad degree, but there isn't an online law school.
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