No way MSU deserves to be T4... look at its #'sI think it has this ranking because older attorneys get an ingrained image of a school in their mind and they still think of the school as Detroit College of Law and not MSU. I think they'll be ok after this little stint in the Tier 4 but MSU Law really is on the rise. They are doing a ton of things that are really starting to build on each other.
I think they'll be ok after this little stint in the Tier 4...
Evidence of why the rankings are retarded.
Quote from: Saxby Clemens II on March 28, 2006, 09:18:27 PMEvidence of why the rankings are retarded. If they can't pass the bar, it's their own damn fault. That part of the rankings makes sense.
Just want to say that I attended a Wayne State Admitted Students Day in the last couple of weeks and it was very poorly run. Very quickly I'll run through what I didn't like.First, they made the mistake of planning it over spring break so there was no faculty panel, no student panel and the building was dead.Second, they didn't have a single person from career services get up and speak about career opportunities. This shows lack of organizationThird, they just didn't seem like they were trying to "sell" the school. There is a list of other things I didn't like but mainly I felt it wasn't that organized and that Wayne State has become very complacement. As most UMich grads leave the state Wayne has just always been the top school in Michigan. .. combine this with in-state tuition and it was an easy choice for many students wanting to work in michigan. Because of this I feel they haven't put much effort into recruitement. I've emailed them 5 or 6 times and have never gotten a response. When I call their office I get transferred around a million times and they just generally aren't too interested in wooing students or paying attention to people. Overall, it just seems a highly unorganized and that they aren't on top of their sh*t. The presentations on the admitted students day covered all the basic law school stuff one might expect but completely lacked in any attempt to show off the school or show how all the great things the law school can do for you. They never mentioned their clinical programs, were unable to respond to a question about a study abroad program, didn't present career services, I thought there was also a host of other issues they glossed over that are important to incoming law students. My impressions of the Wayne faculty and student body are very very good but my impression of the administration is incredibly negative.