no i don't think they're any undergraduate style meal plans available. i think it's all on an per meal basis.
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Has anyone else noticed a schedule conflict, I am scheduled to have property on wednesdays at 2:15-3:30 and I also have Legal Methods at Wednesday 2:00-3:15. I hope they don't take attendance as I have not quite figured out the two places at once technique. Does anyone else have a similear schedule??? You think they would have noticed.
i received a user name and password, and when i logged in it already had 3 classes listed for me, civ pro with John Nivala, property with Alcia Kelly, and torts with Kathlen Turezyn. now i'm starting to feel like an actual law student, and i can register for facebook from widener too now. still waiting on legal writing and contracts i guess.
I hear good things about Widener as well, and I know a faculty member of the university who has told me that the law school does not greatly concern itself with the ranking and would rather extend opprotunities to students it feels has shown promise yet may not have proformed as well on the lsat to get into temple, rutgers, nova etc than to exclude them from law school. I know about a dozen good prosecutors and defense attorneys (major trial da's and top dollar private attorneys) who went to widener and they are some of the most well respected lawyers in the philadelphia court system.
DAMN you are old!!!!! j/k the older students i'm assuming do better than the younger because of their "real world experience" they, unlink me haven't spent the last 18 consecutive years in a classroom and done more than sold computers and drove beer trucks for work.
Well i'm definatly going to the bar the last night of orientation, aug 18, my birthday is the following day and i want to see the wilmington night life so i'll be out that night for sure if anyone else wants to come out.
Wilmington has high rise housing projects and one of the flooding and one of them caught fire at the same time, these two were cross city, but now all the residents are displaced into a shelter. It's rare we get any news from wilmington in philly but i thought this was interesting.