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5.0 of 5 stars
great professors who are very nice and accessible, great location of the school, very convenient
the scholarship is not very transparent, career development support is not very helpful
really depends on your area of focus, good for IP related work and regulatory work.
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The faculty are outstanding. The school is able to attract impressive professors who are leaders in their field because of its location at the center of Washington, DC. I can only think of one professor that I've had who wasn't great. The school's on-campus recruiting program was a great opportunity for me; the school also has a diversity recruiting program that is very well attended by firms and other employers.
The facilities aren't as updated as the could be, and the law school can seem a bit crowded at times. This isn't a huge problem, because there are plenty of study spaces across campus, but it can be annoying.
I had success negotiating an increase in my scholarship at GW Law based on the amount of money I received from peer schools. Studying law in Washington, DC is a great experience. I highly recommend GW Law.
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4.0 of 5 stars
One of the best location to enjoy life in city and studying
I think they need have more focus on foreign LLM students
GW law is a good place to study IP laws and know this before you apply.
The University is located smack dab in the middle of Washington, DC and therefore in the heart of the legal world. It is a large university, so you will be exposed to every different type of student, as well as have access to almost every different type of legal focused class you can imagine. The professors are outstanding, and unlike other Universities, the Professors at GW Law actually care about teaching as much as they care about their scholarship. I truly cannot say enough good things about my experience at GW Law.
The only negative is that I think law schools (GW included) admit too many students. There simply aren't enough jobs for all of the people they accept.
Go for it, just make sure you really want to practice law.
THE PROFESSORS ARE LIKE NONE OTHER. WORLD CLASS!!! GREAT JOB OUTLOOKS FOR STUDENTS
FACILITIES ARE DRAB AND COULD USE SOME UPGRADES. I EXCPET MARBLE FLOORS FOR THE TUTION PRICE TAG
IF YOU GET A GOOD SCHOLARSHIP, THEN GO. OTHER THAN THAT, THINK HARD ABOUT GOING INTO THIS MUCH DEBT
Teachers are supportive. Classmates are good. Learning a lot of stuff.
Cost is too expensive. Not too much inspiration to work hard
Cost are high. But you can learn a lot from such experience
3.0 of 5 stars
Impressive facultyGreat locationStrong IP offeringsTop of class can get a job at any firm
Not necessarily easy to land a job outside of DC
Only consider if you can get a steep discount. If so, you can get the same BigLaw job without the loans.
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Professors are greatSmart studentsGood Alumni base in DC
Preslect OCIDegree doesn't travel outside of DCLawyer factory Expensive
You really need to be your own advocate. The school is so large that you can really get lost if you don't go out of your way and introduce yourself to your professors.
Integrated within the nation's capital; school does its best to increase its standing nationally
There isn't a really great sports culture outside of maybe basketball which isn't that big itself.
It's a great school and it's a good balance of city life/schooll
Great location in Foggy Bottom. Fantastic and accessible faculty in a range of areas, particularly international law and business law. Great access to government internships/clerkships, and deep ties to the DC bar.
Cramped conditions in general, which only get worse during exam study periods.
A great institution to develop the academic foundation for your career, whether in litigation, transactional, or government service.
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