You have to go there yourself. Whats good for one person may not be good for you. Do a little research. Do a little walking around the area. Find a fly black honey at the law school to answer your questions. Kill two birds with one stone. Some of these Greg Anthony posters may (unintentionally) give you false information anyway.
Great law school. St. John's won the Northeast Mock Trial competition this year. They were def. on top of their game.
Zachary...check out this website for an answer to your job prospect questions.www.nalpdirectory.com
Quote from: intent06 on March 12, 2006, 05:36:16 PMZachary...check out this website for an answer to your job prospect questions.www.nalpdirectory.comThanks for your thoughtful advice Intent06. However, I find nalpdirectory.com to be somewhat inaccurate when it comes to employment information. For example, it tells you how many firms come interview, but it does not tell you how many hire. Interviewing is one thing, but hiring is another. I think Howard University School of Law is a excellent example. Many firms interview at Howard, however, very few actually hire. I just wanted some "unoffcial" information about St. John's. Judging from the lack of responses to my post, I have come to the conclusion that few know about the school.