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“Amazing faculty”
July 2019CURRENT STUDENT
Uppers

The faculty is great. Always available, well prepared and professional.

Downers

Location. Baltimore city is not great and the school is not located in an area with restaurants around or green/recreational areas. Also, the school cafeteria is bad. Not many options, rude personnel, terrible hours (and closes during finals season!).

Comments

If you don't care about the downers and you value your education beyond the location of the school or the "facilities," this school will be great for you.

Would You Recommend

Yes

“Great Mid-Atlantic Law School”
December 2018FORMER STUDENT
Uppers

Baltimore City is a great place to live, work, and study. Professors are not stuffy. You're close to DC for jobs/internships, but don't have to pay DC rents or suffer DC snobbery. The law school building is beautiful and is downtown. The health law certificate program is nothing to sneeze at -- it's a legitimate benefit to have that experience and education as you look for a job. Opportunities to get practical experience abound, especially in health and environmental law.

Downers

Rankings have suffered a bit in recent years. Law school should do more to market and integrate itself as the premier law school in the area. Some adjunct professors are lame.

Comments

This is a fantastic school -- highly recommend it, especially for people who are looking to work/live in the DMV, or who want to work in health or environmental law.

Would You Recommend

Yes

“Great school”
December 2015FORMER STUDENT
Uppers

The kindness of the professors and their commitment to their students. The clinical law program is also second to none.

Downers

The opacity of the school and its reluctance to change in response to the changing legs marketplace.

Comments

Know that the professors will expect a lot from you, but they will also have your back.

Would You Recommend

Yes

2010VERIFIED STUDENT
Academics

Unlike many other schools, this school did not participate in grade inflation. A's were rare in core classes, and professors regularly applied a curve centered around C+ / B-

Quality of Life

There was no on campus housing. During my time there, down town Baltimore was undergoing 'rejuvination'. The area was not exceptionally safe. It has improved greatly (I have visited campus several times).

Admissions

I found scholarship opportunities very limited when applying. LSAT was competition but not extreme. What was higher than most school was the requirement for science GPA. Most schools had different standards for natural sciences and arts and sciences students. This school required similar GPAs.

Graduation Year

2004 or earlier

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