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1. She finished law school last year.
2. They wanted Mike to go to law school, but he had other ideas .
3. He's fresh out of law school.
4. He secured himself a place at law school.
5. The law school required a minimum grade point average of 2.6 .
6. She had to work her way through law school.
7. He secured a place for himself at law school.
8. Students accepted by Stanford Law School had very high scores on the LSAT.
9. I've known her since law school.
10. He met his future wife at law school.
11. Her ambition was to go to law school and become an attorney.
12. He earned a degree from Harvard Law School in 1979.
13. I might go to law school next year, and I wanted to find out if I liked it.
14. Graduates of law school hit the ground running, you see, as soon as they enter practice.
15. During law school I had the customary yearning to sample what a big firm would really be like.
16. This woman is never going to law school.
17. A majority of law school graduates are seduced by the huge salaries offered by large firms.
18. How would I select a law school class?
19. He first dabbled in politics when he was at law school.
20. The rehearsals make it difficult for her to study for law school exams.
21. She's only playing at being an actress - she's going off to law school next year.
22. He was a professor of criminal law at Harvard University law school.
23. I had roomed with him in New Haven when we were both at Yale Law School.
24. He began living out his rock "n" roll fantasy during his last year in law school.
25. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1962 and received a law degree from Yale University law school.
26. As a general rule, though(Sentencedict.com)[sentencedict.com], the good ones end up in law school.
27. Well, what else could I do with a history and humanities interest outside of teach or go to law school?
28. In January, Bisceglie was contacted by Swanson, with whom he had attended law school.
29. Last week, more than 50 people were arrested at the law school during a protest of Prop. 209.
30. Often, a graduate has to complete a year at college or at law school after taking a degree.
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