Some people have claimed Pepperdine has the most beautiful campus of all the law schools in the country. Having been there only once, I would certainly not rule out this being true. Maybe not a factor for most people, it would at least make some difference to me.
Yea I am leaning towards pepperdine at the moment mainly because i felt like they really cared abt their students. at the open hosue they were talking abt how everyone chose a prof as their mentors, where the prof looks after them, chat with them over family dinners... go to yatch parties =] sounds like a great environment for law school eh? they also have a team in the career development office who already has a JD, worked in the field, has great connections who would talk with us and find out what we want to do, then go out and find interns and jobs for us in the relating field. i dont know how other schools do it, but pepperdine sounds kind of personal and caring in their approach. they also have a kinda "GSI" for each class who had succeeded in the class previously, taught by the same professor who will help us in studying for the final. Havent gone to Loyola's open house yet. but any thots on this? I love the view and the area... but it wont be a factor in my decision. despite the fact that loyola..... does seem kinda ghetto
275 of them were established in 2008 and is owned by faculty members? ;p
Quote from: k0em9u on April 11, 2009, 01:24:25 AM275 of them were established in 2008 and is owned by faculty members? ;pThat, I would not know. but I do know that when I asked for the same information from loyola... they said they cant disclose it, even to admitted students, they just said the majority of the law firms in LA interviews them. I dont see why they cant give out the names.... other schools do. its on NALP, but its just out of date. does this raise a red flag?