"I can honestly say, I don't think there is another person in the class who is just like me. The admissions office picked a very diverse group of people to enter the 1L class ... we get along very well."(more)
92% of graduates of the Class of 2012 (with 99% reporting) were employed as of 9 months after graduation. Some 77% of the graduates were employed in positions where bar passage was required; an additional 7% were employed in positions where J.D. was an advantage. Click here for the Employment and Salary report.
Legal Writing Competitions for Law Students
Legal writing competitions are a great way for students to hone their writing skills, earn recognition, and often win cash prizes. This page provides links to writing competitions for law students. Details and submission criteria for most of the competitions can be found on each organization's webstite. Also, Melinda Braud maintains copies of letters containing the most recent information on several of these competitions; these are available in the Legal Writing Department in Room W314.