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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Weekend Trivia Challenge: The Only State Without a Law School

Prawfs Trivia ChallengeWhich is the only American state without an ABA-accredited law school?

Answer below the fold ...


Here's a bonus question: Which law school publishes the Alaska Law Review, a publication sanctioned by the Alaska Bar Association?

The answer is here.

Posted by Eric E. Johnson on April 19, 2009 at 11:41 PM in Games | Permalink


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What is the connection between Duke and Alaska anyway? Is it more than a coincidence that Shane Battier and Trajan Langdon played there?

Posted by: A Commenter | Apr 20, 2009 12:20:55 PM

My great-uncle, Richard Maxwell (a professor of oil-and-gas law), ran the Alaska Law Review at UCLA for years, and then brought it with him to Duke. I used to tease him, saying he should, if he ever retired, take it back to Alaska (where I grew up) and start up a school there.

Posted by: Rick Garnett | Apr 20, 2009 9:35:13 AM

Tim: if you go by single campus, it looks like it's the University of Central Florida. (If you go by university size instead of campus size, you start getting into line-drawing problems: does the University of Phoenix count? How about the mostly-but-not-entirely two-year Miami Dade College?)

Posted by: Roger Ford | Apr 20, 2009 9:28:37 AM

How about this trivia question: Based on student enrollment, what is the largest American university without a law school? I don't know the answer, but Texas A&M -- with over 48,000 students -- just might be the winner.

Posted by: Tim Zinnecker | Apr 20, 2009 9:11:01 AM

Could you at least try to make these questions difficult?

Posted by: Anon | Apr 20, 2009 12:25:33 AM

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