I think it is still too early to judge UDC. It has just been accredited and its statistics jump around so much each year. But the plain and simple truth is that UDC is very strong in the public interest field. They require students to do over 400 hours of clinical work. Apparently during that time the students gain more contacts and experience than students who graduate from other schools. I wonder where UDC will be in 10 years. Will it be better than Catholic or ranked where it is now? If worse comes to worse, you can always transfer too.
Yes, because since we are "from" GW, we don't know anything about the legal market.You are a moron. Have you even looked at their bar passage rate? Its AWEFUL!
Thanks, sorry, quick typing = screw ups sometimes. What can I say, I am the spell checker generation.Anyway, the bottom line is the Bar Passage rate is crap. Look at it, its like 34% or some trash. That is horrible.
The OP came here looking to hear that the school was good, and he won't accept the truth that the school is god-aweful and does a terrible job placing students in jobs. OP:If you want to go there, go ahead. Just don't come back crying when you are 100K+ in debt and can't even land a paralegal position.
Time to develop means like 10 years bro. Even then it will be lucky to be Third Tier. You posted on here looking for the answer you wanted to hear. You and everyone else that goes there thinks they are going to be top 10% in their class.Hate to break it to you but if you scored a 151 on your LSAT and a 2.8 UGPA, then obviously you aren't the brilliant genius you think you are. Go there if that is what you want. Just don't be surprised when you can't find a job when you get out.