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  • Barron’s at Princeton, studying pre-law, which is pretty funny because he is a compulsive liar.

    White Cat

  • Barron’s at Princeton, studying pre-law, which is pretty funny because he is a compulsive liar.

    White Cat

  • On the CW's new series Hellcats, Marti Perkins (Aly Michalka) — a pre-law student at the fictional Lancer University in Memphis — loses her academic scholarship, so she does what any gal with a hidden passion for handsprings might: lands a cheerleading scholarship on the school's squad.

    Is It Just Me: Is Hellcats' Scholarship For Real?

  • It's not like Batwing was out there doing pre-law for a while, starting his own practice, and then decided "Hey, I'll put on a costume and start beating up bad guys."

    Bryan Young: Interview: Judd Winick Talks Batwing, a New Batman Comic Set in Africa

  • According to Bernadette Birt, COO and Executive Director at Wharton, their students have undergraduate degrees that run the gamut from liberal arts to pre-med and from pre-law to performing arts.

    Fred Whelan and Gladys Stone: Executive MBA - Is It Worth It?

  • At Cornell especially, the college tends more toward engineering and pre-med and pre-law, and there were

    I Dreamed of Africa

  • It's not like Batwing was out there doing pre-law for a while, starting his own practice, and then decided "Hey, I'll put on a costume and start beating up bad guys."

    Bryan Young: Interview: Judd Winick Talks Batwing, a New Batman Comic Set in Africa

  • At Cornell especially, the college tends more toward engineering and pre-med and pre-law, and there were

    I Dreamed of Africa

  • I asked the pre-law, communications, and government students which incident offended them most during the previous week — Wilson's intemperate remark during the president's speech to Congress on health care, tennis player Serena Williams 'threatening outburst against a court judge that cost her a match, or Kanye West's rude interruption of country singer Taylor Swift's acceptance remarks at an MTV music awards ceremony?

    On campus, dual disgust with Washington

  • Can you imagine proposals to staff hospitals with biology majors or the courts with pre-law graduates?

    Threats to school reform ... are within school reform

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