The study abroad program in Oxford allows students to earn six credits and provides the opportunity to study at Oxford University. In addition to international and comparative law courses, the program includes legal events in Oxford and London and social activities.It's one thing to study international and comparative law in the United States. But to do it in Britain will make future legal employers give a weeping standing ovation mid-interview.
But Cooley isn't the only law school lacing its already-sweet deal with toxic amounts of sugary goodness. Villanova is upping its scholarship offerings:
Establishment of the program, which will cost the university about $6 million over the next three academic years, means nearly a third of the incoming class will be attending law school on a full scholarship.Law schools are making it damn near irresistible practically giving away million-dollar legal educations. Big universities will no subsidize their law schools' price cuts in order to get you - the lucky student - the best deal possible.
Look, kids, if you sign up for the LSAT, you've basically got a 95% chance of Ed McMahon showing up at your door with two C-level models, balloons, and a briefcase of cash. As we speak, Matthew Lesko is probably writing another book as we speak with nothing but GO TO LAW SCHOOL on every damned page.