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yea that thing is i dont have a preference for either Chicago or NY. They both have strong job markets in the legal field. I was looking at the fact that Touro has more competition from the 9 other law schools that are located in the city and feel like no matter how hard i try ill be pitted against them on the other hand John Marshall also has serious competition but only about 4 schools i think. Ultimately i want to study trial advocacy/ litigation Can anyone shed more light on these schools for me? Thank you in advance
As a student, I had been taught that South Africa was a place where the rule of law was paramount and applied to all persons, regardless of their social status or official position. I sincerely believed this and planned my life based on that assumption. But my career as a lawyer and activist removed the scales from my eyes. I saw that there was a wide difference between what I had been taught in the lecture room and what I learned in the courtroom. I went from having an idealistic view of the law as a sword of justice to a perception of the law as a tool used by the ruling class to shape society in a way favorable to itself. I never expected justice in court, however much I fought for it, and though I sometimes received it.