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  As one of the 50 states in the United States of America, Kentucky hosts 3 law schools that have national reputation. Check Countryaah to see a list of all towns, cities, and counties in the state of Kentucky. By clicking on links to each city, you can find high schools, colleges, and universities within Kentucky.

Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.

Student activities: Co-curricular activities include the Northern Kentucky Law Review, Moot Court, National Trial Advocacy Team, Arbitration Board, and Negotiation Team. Numerous student organizations provide students with the opportunity to hone their leadership skills. Those organizations bring national speakers to campus, host social events, and sponsor professional and community service programs.

Address: Nunn Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41099

University of Kentucky College of Law

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.A.

Student activities: The UK Law Student Bar Association was named the nation's best by the ABA for 2002. The Kentucky Law Journal is the tenth oldest law review in the nation. The Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Law publishes articles on environmental and natural resources law. UK's National Moot Court Teams and Trial Advocacy Teams have won both regional and national titles.

Address: 620 S. Limestone, Lexington, KY 40506-0048

University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.Div.; J.D./M.A. Political Science; J.D./M.S.S.W.; J.D./M.A. Humanities; J.D./M.A. Urban Planning; J.D./M.A. Bioethics & Medical Humanities

Student activities: We host two student-edited journals (University of Louisville Law Review; Journal of Law & Education), roughly 17 moot court teams, and groups such as the Student Bar Foundation, BLSA, APALSA, LALSA, Federalist Society, ACS, Kentucky Justice Association, LAMBDA Law Caucus, Women's Law Caucus, International Law Society, Environmental Law Society, Animal Defense Fund, and Christian Legal Society.

Address: 2301 S 3rd St, Louisville, KY 40292

Before you can study in any of the above 3 law programs in Kentucky, you will need to take the Law School Admissions Test. Try Topschoolsintheusa to see a full list of LSAT testing centers in Kentucky. The exam dates throughout the year are also provided on the site.


Kentucky Overview

Kentucky, a state of the United States of the East South Central region; 105,000 km2, 4.3 million residents (2010). The capital is Frankfort (25,500 residents; 2010). Enlisted in the Union in 1792 as the 15th State. Nickname: The Bluegrass State.

Apart from a black minority of just under 8%, the inhabitants are mainly descendants of European immigrants from the 1800s and 1900s. Immigration slowed down around World War I, and since then population growth and economic growth have been low. The migration from country to city has also been modest, with just over half of the population still living in rural areas where poverty is pronounced. In 1994, a total of 19% of the population had an income that was below the official poverty line. The main occupations are agriculture, industry and mining as well as trade and finance.

One of the most productive agricultural areas is found in the Bluegrass region of central Kentucky. The area is known for tobacco growing and breeding of thoroughbred horses, but also, like agriculture elsewhere in the state, has a large production of soybeans, maize, meat and dairy products. The products form the basis for the food and beverage industry incl. cigarette factories and whiskey distilleries (bourbon). These and other significant industries (textiles, machinery, automobiles, etc.) are almost all gathered in and around the major cities of Louisville and Lexington. In contrast, mining (coal, oil, gas) takes place at scattered sites in the Allegheny Mountains and the west of the Cumberland Plateau. Coal production is the most important and for many years has been among the largest in the United States, regardless of periodic crises and serious environmental problems. The forests (deciduous forest), which cover 47% of the area, are only of minor economic importance.

The climate is rainy and temperate with hot summers and cool winters. On the west side of the Allegheny Mountains in the eastern part of the state, several tributaries extend to the Ohio River border in the north.

Attractions include the Cumberland Gap mountain pass and the limestone caves of Mammoth Cave National Park. Kentucky is also home to the worldwide fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken, the Kentucky Derby horse race, Fort Knox military facility and popular bluegrass music.

Already in the 1700s. Native American tribes such as the Shawnee and Cherokee, the colonial powers of Great Britain and France, and from the 1760s also settled settlers from Virginia and North Carolina because of its location between the Appalachians and the great rivers on the north-south border. Daniel Boone stood for the first colonization attempt in the 1770s. In 1792, Kentucky was admitted to the United States as the first state west of the Appalachians. In the first half of the 1800-t. Negro slavery became widespread in the state, but as one of the so-called frontier slave states, it remained in the Union during the American Civil War 1861-65.

 

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