What is your law school's best quality?
The Princeton Review just released its annual rankings of law schools. These rankings are largely based on surveys of law students, and cover a variety of aspects of the law school experience: the best professors, the best career prospects, the most competitive students, et cetera.
So this week, we’d like to ask you: What is your law school’s best quality? When you talk about your alma mater (or current school), what do you tell people is great about it? Particular study or work opportunities, particular professors, or even value for your tuition dollar?
Answer in the comments.
Read the answers to last week’s question: Have you worked on any pro bono cases this year?
Posted by Harry P. Copper Jr.: “I have felt compelled to primarily work pro bono matters (close to 1,000 YTD) as I still can’t accept the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 and the feeling I get hearing ‘if you want a lawyer you must pay for one’ in tribal courts. Unfortunately, I am indigent too at this point but not morally bankrupt. There is no fine line to walk, in my heart; I will keep working for justice for all, until it either fixes itself or finishes me.”
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