I am a former Tampa resident, now attending STCL. There are large alumni associations in the Tampa and Miami areas. We have a Florida Law Students Association here at STCL, and we stay very involved with the alumni in Florida. STCL does not feel like a large school, at least not compared to undergrad. I am friends with the majority of people in my section, but I also know 3Ls from upper level classes, and 1Ls from being involved in extra-curricular activities. I encourage you to take a tour when you come visit. STCL has a lot to offer!
Quote from: silvermtn on March 30, 2007, 02:15:13 PMDon't forget to mention that John Marshall won the regional mock trial competition last year and will have a law review next year.Sorry, I meant the Client Counseling Competition.Huh, not even I knew about the Mock Trial thing... I haven't done much looking into it yet because it will be a year or so before I'm eligible to participate. However, I did know that we won the regional championship for the ABA Client Counseling Competition last year. The winner always hosts the following year's regional championships, and I volunteered to help out. I was only supposed to be a door greeter or something like that. However, the attorney set to be the mock "client" in the championship round ended up being ineligible due to how the brackets played out (I believe that he had already judged one of the finalists in an earlier round). As a result, I got thrown into being the "client" for the 3-hour final round, which was probably almost as stressful for me as it was for the competitors. I learned a hell of a lot, though.
Don't forget to mention that John Marshall won the regional mock trial competition last year and will have a law review next year.
You've got some serious sour grapes going on here.I can understand you wanting to make people aware of problems with the school. And for that I'm appreciative. But it appears that you've just done a search for John Marshall-Atlanta and posted this to every single thread.That comes across as more vindictive than informative.
YES, I DO. HOWEVER, THE WEBSITE ALSO CONTAINS MORE INFORMATION ON CHARACTER AND FITNESS REVIEWS AND APPEALS USUALLY NOT AVAILABLE B/C OF MY PRE-APPEAL CHALLENGES.
Quote from: JMLS 2003 Graduate on May 03, 2007, 10:01:34 AMYES, I DO. HOWEVER, THE WEBSITE ALSO CONTAINS MORE INFORMATION ON CHARACTER AND FITNESS REVIEWS AND APPEALS USUALLY NOT AVAILABLE B/C OF MY PRE-APPEAL CHALLENGES. I've met Professor Van Detta and he was pretty informative as to JMLS-Atl. I don't know what kind of problems you two have with each other but your website is pretty scattered, broad and offers nothing about the school's programs, progress, etc(which is what I was inquiring about). If you want to plug your poor website do it somewhere else because I'm not interested.
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