Let me start by saying I feel bad for you
1. My Grandmother died 2. Friend died while serving over in Afghanistan
This sucks, and I'm sorry
3. Serious marital problems, like my wife refusing to move and live at my new school with me. (I moved alone and without my children)
you mean you didn't discuss it with her first? It sucks, but, every aspect of my law school life has been in discussion with my wife. I was limited in which schools to apply to and where to attend and I would never move without consulting her
4. First semester without meeting regularly with a tutor. (Couldn't find any at my new school)
I don't understand. Did you pay for a tutor or did your previous school supply you one? I don't know anyone in my law school who has a tutor
5. I simply didn't work as hard as i did at my previous school which allowed me to the opportunity to transfer. (Cut corners on readings and such)
I have no words for this
6. My old school was strictly black letter law and my new school is really policy and theory based in their teaching methods.
I want to quote this every time someone argues that the quality of education at a TTT is just as good
7. My new school meets multiple time during a single week for class and really felt like busy work. My old school was just once per week which left me feeling like i had a tremendous amount of time to study during the week.
WTF? At my school, each credit corresponds to approximately 1 hour of class time per week, so my class time is about 15 or 16 hours per week. It takes us that long to go through the material. I can't imagine only meeting once per week
It sounds like part of it was that the TTT school really was horrendous, part of it is unfortunate circumstances, and part of it your own fault. Now that I've said my peace, time to be helpful
What you need to do is talk to someone at the school in an official capacity and find out what you can do to avoid getting dismissed. Then figure out how to improve your grades and study habits to get back on track