In the field of American education must highlight some aspects in the development of postgraduate study and other studies that can perform both American and foreign students, starting of course with the idea of learning the law in law schools are graduate rather than undergraduate lining the peculiarities compared law studies in Latin America and Europe.
This series of two articles describes the most important features of legal education in the United States. Part I, published previously in this journal, discusses law schools and the juris doctor. Part II, published here, discusses graduate legal education, continuing legal education, and some comparative aspects of U.S. legal education in light of the Bologna Plan.
Maria Elena Cobas Cobiella and M C. Mirow,
Educación Legal en los Estados Unidos II: Educación de Postgrado, Educación Continuada, y Consideraciones comparativas
, 46 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 135
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