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  As one of the 50 states in the United States of America, Minnesota hosts 4 law schools that have national reputation. Check Countryaah to see a list of all towns, cities, and counties in the state of Minnesota. By clicking on links to each city, you can find high schools, colleges, and universities within Minnesota.

Hamline University Law School

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.A.P.A.; J.D./M.A.O.L.; J.D./M.L.I.S.; J.D./M.A.M.; J.D./M.A.N.M.; J.D./M.F.A

Student activities: The law school is home to 3 publications: Hamline Law Review, Journal of Public Law and Policy, & Journal of Law and Religion (peer reviewed). Students may participate in over 20 moot court competitions, and there are student organization opportunities to fit every interest (i.e.: political, pro bono, substantive areas, sports). The Student Bar Association serves as the student government.

Address: 1536 Hewitt Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55104

University of Minnesota--Twin Cities Law School

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.U.R.P.; J.D./M.B.S.; J.D./M.P.H.; J.D./Ph.D.; J.D./M.D.; J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.S.; J.D./M.A.; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.Ed.; J.D./M.B.T.; J.D./M.P.P.; J.D./M.C.S; J.D./M.H.A

Student activities: All 2Ls participate in journal or moot court. Journals: MN Law Review; Law & Inequality: J. of Theory & Practice; MN J. of Int'l Law; MN J. of Law, Science & Tech.; Crime & Justice; MN J. of Business Law & Entrepreneurship. Moot courts: Civil Rights, Envt'l, IP, Int'l, Nat'l, Labor & Emplm't, M. Pirsig, and ABA. Over 50 student organizations address legal practice, politics, culture, and service.

Address: 229 19th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55455

University of St. Thomas School of Law

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.A. Catholic Studies; J.D./M.A. Educational Leadership; J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.S.W.; J.D./M.A. Professional Psychology

Student activities: The Law Journal hosts symposia; generating articles for publication around a theme. The Board of Advocates coordinates participation in interscholastic moot court, negotiation, client counseling and mock trial competitions. Many student groups thrive at UST, including the Public Service Board, Federalist Society, St. Thomas More Society and Black, Latino and Asian Law Students Associations.

Address: 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

William Mitchell College of Law

Joint degrees awarded: N/A

Student activities: William Mitchell has more than 40 student organizations, including the William Mitchell Law Review. Students can participate in many moot courts and competitions and conduct pro bono work in partnership with the Minnesota Justice Foundation. Many cultural and educational events are hosted by our Multicultural Affairs Office. The law school also organizes lectures and symposiums for students.

Address: 875 Summit Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55105

Before you can study in any of the above 4 law programs in Minnesota, you will need to take the Law School Admissions Test. Try Topschoolsintheusa to see a full list of LSAT testing centers in Minnesota. The exam dates throughout the year are also provided on the site.


Minnesota Overview

Minnesota, a US state with border with Canada in the north; 225,182 km2, 5.3 million (2010), of which 85% are white. The capital is St. Paul. Enlisted in the Union in 1858 as the 32nd State. Nickname: The North Star State.

Like other states in the Midwest, Minnesota has had only modest population growth since European immigration subsided in the early 1900s. 70% of the population lives in cities, most of which are in the Minneapolis - St. Paul with $ 2.7 million In addition, the urban pattern consists of a few medium-sized cities (Duluth, Rochester, St. Cloud, etc.) and a large number of small towns, whose names often point to a German or Scandinavian origin: Flensburg, Hanover, Mora, Uppsala, Vasa, Oslo and Askov.

Although still of importance, the primary industries have lost their dominance. Forestry has been returning since the clearing to farmland in the 1800s, while mining of iron ore from the Vermilion and Mesabi Ranges fields, which began in the 1880s and now supplies almost all of US iron ore production, has declined significantly since 1970. During the same period for example, employment in agriculture has fallen, while the industry's share of the state's GDP has been reduced. The main products are wheat, soy, corn and sugar beet as well as pigs and dairy cattle. Most products are processed and traded from Minneapolis; grain and soy are shipped from the port city of Duluth on Lake Superior.

The industrial sector is large and versatile and concentrated in the metropolitan area; this also applies to transport, commerce and banking. In addition, the Minneapolis-St. Paul as the educational and cultural center of the North Midwest.

Almost everywhere, the landscape and soils are characterized by glaciers of the Ice Age. This also applies to the course of the many lakes and rivers, which are typical of the coniferous forest region in the north. This is where Mississippi originates farther south from Minneapolis. The lake and forest region is a tourist destination both summer and winter. Here, most of Minnesota's 65 state parks are located in addition to Native American Reserves, National Forests and Voyageurs National Park. The rest of the state (60%) is made up of former prairie areas that, after cultivation, have no recreational potential. The climate is temperate mainland climate with up to 40 C difference between the average temperatures in January and July.

History

French explorers and fur traders came in the 1600s. as the first Europeans to inhabit the area inhabited by Ojibwa and Sioux Indians. The area east of the Mississippi River was in British possession from 1763, but was incorporated into the United States in 1783, and by the Louisiana acquisition of 1803 the United States also acquired the western portion; the border with Canada was established in 1818. However, a major relocation, first from New England, did not occur until the mid-1800s. In 1862 it clashed with the Indians in the so-called Sioux or Minnesota rebellion, and almost all the Indians were expelled from the state. The expansion of the railroad in the 1860s and 1870s opened for the export of first wheat, later dairy products, and at the same time a large influx of German and Scandinavian immigrants in particular began.

 

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