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The Southern New England School of Law

Total Grad Surveys 1
Females 1
Males 0
Avg years at University 4.0
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Research Availability
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Competitiveness A (9.2)
Education Quality B+ (7.7)
Faculty Accessibility A (9.2)
Useful Research
"Individual" treatment B+ (7.7)
Friendliness B+ (7.7)
Safety A+ (10.0)
Campus Beauty B- (6.2)
Campus Maintenance B+ (7.7)
University Spending B (6.9)
Extracurriculars A (9.2)
Scholastic Success B (6.9)
Surrounding City D (2.3)
Social Life/ Environment D- (1.5)
Social Life/ EnvironmentD-
SafetyA+
A good school to attend if you areMar 22 2005Unknown
A good school to attend if you are looking for a low professor/student ratio, individualized attention from professors, accommodating administration. The faculty incourages hardwork and excellence but discourages unfriendly competition which makes the learning environment less stressful. The school also provides mini-law review courses for a reduced price which is great for does students who can not afford the more extensive law review courses. Additonally, the law library is well-maintained and the library staff is very helpful. However, computer room is small and the work space at the computer is too limited. Another negative is that the bookstore is off-campus and the school does not have a law review.
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