2L soon to be 3L. Ask anything about the law school, FSU in general, Tallahassee, Florida, whatever. If I don't know something, I'll find out for you.
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Kindly evaluate my schedule for next semester. What do you like, what don't you like, and what should I be weary of? I'm open to making changes, but we register next week, so I need to get this figured out fairly soon:
Client Interviewing (Fulfills skill training requirement)
Professional Responsibility (Required to graduate)
20th Century American Legal History (Fulfills upper level writing requirement)
Entertainment Law OR Labor Law (I'd rather do Labor, but it's at 9 in the morning and I'm not a morning person if I'm not getting paid)
Considering that we occasionally debate this topic, I figured we might as well just have a topic for what everyone thinks of as the best law schools that are perpetually ranked in the T3 and T4, or pretty close to it. Give reasons if you want, don't if you don't. Let's have some fun. I'll start:
In nothing besides alphabetical order:
Albany, Arkansas-Fayetteville, Franklin Pierce, North Dakota, Ole Miss (probably the best on my list), Stetson, Syracuse, and Texas Tech.
Where should I go next fall? / Advisory to Out Of State Students Considering a Florida Public School« on: April 08, 2009, 05:57:52 PM »
If you live in a dorm in the state of Florida as an out of state student, you probably can't get residency the next year. HTH.
What does everyone think about "The National Jurist"? We have them laying around the law school for the taking, and I usually grab one to skim. I've noticed that the entire magazine seems to be for pushing either bad LLMs from bad schools or the bad schools themselves.
The last issue, about most diverse faculty, cited Cooley's rankings and talks up the 3 highly diverse law schools in PR, while contrasting them to UC Davis in a way that seems intended to make Davis look bad.
It also brought up Thomas Jefferson School of Law several times, highlighted some guy that goes to Mississippi College, another that graduated from NYLS, and pushed for more required legal writing (yeah, great, let's just require legal writting for the whole 3 years so everyone always wants to kill themselves all the time...).
« on: March 10, 2009, 07:02:55 PM »
There's an older one of these threads I created, but it's probably buried by now, so I thought I'd start a new one for anyone considering FSU.
Ask about whatever you want; the law school, the university, Tallahassee, anything. If I don't know, I'll find out for you.