A group of Emory University students were protesting on campus. It was nothing more than a few students protesting in tents on the main lawn. Unfortunately, Emory decided to call the police. We’ve got the video right here…
We’ve gotten a large response from our blog postings on EmoryLawStudent.com. Lately, a lot of people have been worried that we’ve shutdown. We are still operating strong, but at a much slower pace due to final examinations in Gambrell Hall.
Our website has gotten noticed, and the cause has already forced the administration to make some changes. While the changes are far from perfect, they are a movement in the right direction. Continue to send us information, and we will post it as it arrives.
A group of Emory Law students conducted an independent survey to find real employment numbers. Their results are below…
Don’t forget to attend this weekend’s Emory Law Visiting Student Day (a/k/a accepted student’s day). What is planned???
“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.”
We’ve sifted through the submissions over here at EmoryLawStudent.com, and we’ve obtained two great stories for this week. What do we have for you this week?
For many years, the grade distributions for each course were collected and put into a book. This book was an asset for every student. During registration it allowed students to see a course’s difficulty. Today, the book is gone, but why? Continue reading
We’ve heard various reports about this following story. It might explain why OCI has been weak in recent years…
“An iron curtain is drawn down upon their front. We do not know what is going on behind.” ~ Winston Churchill
I would like to thank the Emory Law student body for their submissions (keep them coming). This week, thanks to our submissions, we will have additional postings on the following issues: Continue reading
In response to the recent rankings drop, Emory Law School held a number of open forum discussions this past week. The discussions were led by Dean Partlett as well as other administrators and staff. Well, the verdict is in, and the student body at Emory Law are far from pleased. Continue reading
EmoryLawStudent.com is seeking submissions and tips from current Emory Law School students. Let us know if any changes have been made by the administration. Continue reading
Emory Law School (Atlanta, GA) recently fell in the US News Graduate School Rankings. This should be no shock to anyone that has been a recent (Class of 2007-11) graduate of Emory Law School.
Emory’s problem is not with its faculty (stellar) or students (decent). Emory Law’s main problem is held at the top… the administration. The administration (absent a very small minority of staff that do care) continues to do nothing to improve the school. Employment numbers tank, career services does nothing, and the administration sits idle. Thanks to AboveTheLaw, we have a brief timeline of Emory Law’s downfall. Continue reading