|University Motto||Better Opportunities. Bigger Impact.|
|Year of establishment||1851|
|Address||80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208-3494|
|City||Albany, New York|
Albany Law School
Albany Law School is the oldest independent law school in the United States. It was founded in 1851 by Amos Dean (its dean until 1868), Amasa J. Parker, Ira Harris, and others.
Beginning in 1878, the Albany College of Pharmacy, Albany Law School, Albany Medical College, Dudley Observatory, Graduate College of Union University, and Union College created the loose association today known as Union University. Each member institution has its own governing board, is fiscally independent, and is responsible for its own programs.
Albany Law School is the nation's oldest independent school of law. Founded in 1851, Albany Law has played an important role in the development of legal education in the United States.
In mid-19th century America, the standard preparation for the bar was a legal clerkship. The school's founders—Amos Dean, Ira Harris and Amasa Parker, all successful lawyers active in public affairs—felt that this approach fell short in preparing new lawyers. The trio set out to replace it with a structured educational program that encompassed both thorough knowledge of the principles of law, and experience in applying them. Their philosophy of legal education caught hold and Albany Law School flourished. This combination of theory and practice continues to be a hallmark of an Albany Law education today.
The Albany Law School is a Private university located in Albany.
The Albany Law School was founded in 1851.
The current president of Albany Law School is Alicia Oullette.
According to verified online sources, the Albany Law School enrolls a total of 830 students.
According to the main website, the Albany Law School has a total student population of 415 undergraduate students and 415 graduate students.
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