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Eight Best Law Schools in the World

Law school is among the most insufferable ventures partaken by human beings. If you’re a self-loathing and intelligent masochist, these are the eight best law schools to facilitate the staying power of your misery.

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The Eight Best Law Schools in The World

The Eight Best Law Schools in The World

Since we are American, we are going to assume that they all exist in the U.S., and not even look to see if the foreigners measure up even though they are probably better than us. Hailing from a state as conservative as Utah, we harbor this mindset even more than the rest of the country. Below are the best law schools to attend if one wants to become one of the many personal injury lawyers feeling like they should file a personal injury claim themselves for attending three years of soul-deadening post-postsecondary education.

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University of Virginia

University of Virginia

Virginia is a little more interesting than Utah; it has nowhere fun to go and is home to the great, well, nothing. What’s more, three years of in-state tuition will cost you $143,000.

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University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania

A school that graduates plenty of personal injury lawyers, these geniuses get to fulfill their so-called “passions” by helping the old lady who spilled scalding hot coffee on her lap in a McDonalds drive through; there is no profession more ennobling than this.

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New York University

New York University

The law is a sentinel for society much like the Statue of Liberty, which faces eastward, ignoring New York University law students at its back, who are probably banging their heads against the wall for pursuing liberty in the law.

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University of Alabama

University of Alabama

Utah’s sentiment echoes much the same: Guns, beer and disrespect for the law, yet religious piety all at once.

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Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University

You know your university is one of academia’s many wet blankets when the soon-to-be personal injury lawyers are the ones who party the hardest.

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Stanford University

Stanford University

Stanford University: because you are too good for everybody else.

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Yale University

Yale University

Sure, every school deals with a bit of nepotism in its admissions process so long as it isn’t a big enough sham to have a melody or jingle in its TV commercials, but Yale’s admitting of George Bush to the university raised several eyebrows; yes, even above the pretentious monocles.

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Harvard University

Harvard University

Harvard University? More like HarNERD university.

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James O’Connor is a writer at Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah. He writes for Adams Davis PC and many other clients.

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