English version

law school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlaw schoolˈlaw school noun [countable, uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SSa part of a university or a special school in the US where you study to become a lawyer after you get your bachelor’s degree
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law schoolβ€’ There, I began law school at Florida State.β€’ Though he entered law school, Kelly was teaching dance a few months later.β€’ He was then only twenty-one, a callow aristocrat fresh from law school.β€’ He says he does a little bit of everything here, and always has in his law school jobs.β€’ Procaccia, the law school dean, believes the intent of the compensation bill is to save money.β€’ I might go to law school next year, and I wanted to find out if I liked it.β€’ Merrill plans to work for a year, perhaps abroad, and then go to law school.
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