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 Law School's Core Competencies:
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Law Theory
Intent and Purpose
Letter of Law
 Field Strengths   
Patent/IP Law
Copyrights, Patents, Trademarks, etc. 
Constitutional Law
Government, Civil rights,
Trial/Criminal/Case Law
Environmental Law
Civil/Human Rights
Corporate Law
Antitrust/Administrative/Employment etc. 
Public Interest programs
 Law School Overall   
Curriculum Breadth
Breadth of curriculum
Quality of Instruction
Faculty accessibility
Law Library
Law library strength and services
Writing instruction Intensity
Externship options
Breadth and support of alumni network
How would you rate the cost value of your education? 
Loan Repayment
Loan repayment assistance for low-income or Pro-Bono lawyers
Attrition Rate
Attrition (dropout/forced out) Rate? 
Racial Diversity
within the faculty and student body
Gender diversity
within the faculty and student body
First Year Class Size
First-year classes are small enough to provide an intimate atmosphere to get to know fellow students. 
Course Interaction
Students and Teachers interact in dicussions - learning from each other. 
Helpful Advising
Advisors are helpful? 
Knowledge Level
Confident with knowledge as students from other schools
Level of Burnout
Not burned out before practicing. 
Business classes — Provide insight into running an office, starting a legal practice, or working with business-minded people? 
Job Placement
Assistance finding a legal position after graduation
Faculty is/was genuinely happy to teach you
Individual Value
This University treats/treated you as a person, not just as a number in the factory. 
Social Life
There is a great social life and atmosphere, fun things help you wind down. 
Extracurriculars (sports, clubs, student groups, etc ) are easy to get involved with — not exclusive or of low quality.  (if you have/had time for them)
Surrounding City
There are many things to do in your city — not a small, isolated campus with no day or night life. 
Meeting People
It is easy to meet new people; social life conducive to making friends
Social life [was] conducive to finding potential mate.  (Whether or not it happened or was needed.)
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