English version

law school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlaw schoolˈlaw school noun [countable, uncountable]  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 schoolThere, I began law school at Florida State.Though he entered law school, Kelly was teaching dance a few months later.He was then only twenty-one, a callow aristocrat fresh from law school.He says he does a little bit of everything here, and always has in his law school jobs.Procaccia, the law school dean, believes the intent of the compensation bill is to save money.I might go to law school next year, and I wanted to find out if I liked it.Merrill plans to work for a year, perhaps abroad, and then go to law school.
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