Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) 2L Taking Questions

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otang3
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Re: Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) 2L Taking Questions

Postby otang3 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 9:36 am

Hey-- I was admitted for the LLM with a pretty generous scholarship. Currently choosing between Loyola and USC but I like the idea of smaller classes at Loyola.

Have you, as a JD student managed to interact/share resources with the LLM students at all? :) Thanks!

k5220
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Re: Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) 2L Taking Questions

Postby k5220 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 8:09 pm

What are your favorite places to get lunch nearby?

LLS3E
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Re: Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) 2L Taking Questions

Postby LLS3E » Sun Apr 12, 2015 1:27 am

I'm totally not trying to hijack this thread, but I'm a 3E (part-time evening program equivalent to a 2L) at Loyola and just wanted to say that I can corroborate everything that LLS2L is saying. From the advice he is giving about the academics and job prospects to the safety of the campus, it is all entirely in line with my experience as well (although parking has been much tighter for me than what he described).

The most important thing to remember is (and this sounds corny, but it's true): you get out of law school what you put in. If you prioritize your social life above your academic life and expect the career services office to get you a job when you graduate, you will be sorely disappointed! Work hard, utilize the available resources (and there are plenty at Loyola), and you will have ample opportunities available to you.

smumike
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Re: Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) 2L Taking Questions

Postby smumike » Thu Aug 06, 2015 5:42 pm

Hi,
I'm going to be a 1L at LLS this year. I've read that you can get access to the outline bank from various clubs. Could you elaborate on that and which one you find most useful?

Thank you!




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