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John Marshall Law School

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I graduated from this law school.Not so bright
I graduated from this law school. It is not worth the high price of tuition. Grading practices are suspect and unfair grades usually result. They pride themselves on their trial advocacy programs yet the judges who teach such programs are senile, arrogant and completely uninformed about the law. This school is definitely not worth the money. I think I made a huge mistake. . . Ugh! Do not go here, save yourself the anguish and stress! Bottom line, not worth it . . .Do yourself a favor, run away and don't look back if you are thinking about this place! What was I thinking . . . I wish I had been more informed.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2009
Surrounding City: A, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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John Marshall is not worth the very highQuite BrightOther
John Marshall is not worth the very high tuition it charges. Unless you have an engineering or science background and pursue patent law, do not expect to get a high-paying job after graduation. Competition is fierce, and only those at the very top of the class stand any chance of landing at a mid-sized to large firm (forget many of the top firms in the City, which won't even interview JMLS grads.) If you are serious about law and can't get into Northwestern or University of Chicago, leave Chicago for school and come back to work here in the summers and after graduation.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2000
Surrounding City: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Ability to complete bachelor degree by combining both onlinecourses as well as tradtional classroom studies.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2004
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: C-
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