Boston University School of Law
By the Numbers
Number of Students: 832
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What employers are saying about Boston University School of Law
- "The top of the class produces some good lawyers"
- "Solid; high second tier"
- "Quality seems to be slipping"
About this School
The Boston University School of Law was initially formed as an alternative to Harvard Law School's case method approach. It was the second school founded as part of Boston University, only three years after the School of Theology. Today, the school's academic specialties are health law, tax law and intellectual property law; the departments were ... Read More
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