brooks1, trust me, I know what you're saying. I hate their website, and honestly I really think it should be updated. One of the drawbacks to Memphis Law is that the facilities are outdated. There is talk about moving the whole school to downtown Memphis in one of the old buildings downtown, providing better access to the legal community, etc. I would visit the city if I were you. I have lived in Memphis off/on for 10 years and it is highly regarded in this city as a school that churns out excellent lawyers. Plus, it's dirt cheap!
I assume you're talking to the person who started this thread.. but just case you talkin' to ME, I don't know where I'd go. If I had my absolute choice of law schools (assuming a 180/4.0 and perfect app) I have to say I'm not sure I'd go to Harvard or Yale. I think I'd choose a school in an area I'd like to live that gives me a full ride. That's the sweetest deal I can think of!
I know what you're saying. I read about 8 of the Jordan books and I began to see why people were criticizing them: no direction, no character development, etc. I finally just gave up.
Hey, I can read and analyze literature like the best of them too--and that's all well and good--but there is a certain satisfaction that comes from reading about worlds that aren't real! Call it escapism if you wish, but isn't every work of fiction an escape? Isn't every book designed to pull you outside of yourself for a few moments?