College Junior 2013-11-22T23:00:33Z
I have not taken any online courses.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:59:46Z
Some professors are very knowledgable and others are the worst professors I have come across.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:59:46Z
The professor's are ok, the curriculum is changing and I think the school is discontinuing important classes that other law schools have. The class registration process is the absolute worst!!!! Seriously, never go here!
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:57:35Z
The school does offer a lot of law clubs and events, it almost seems like they care more about outward appearance then actual education, I feel I might not be prepared to practice law.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:55:03Z
If you have any option, go to another school, charlotte law is a diploma mill who admits anyone, all they care about is money.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:54:18Z
The schools wireless system is garbage, charlotte law has been attempting to fix the problem since august but it is now the end of november and it only works for 5 minutes at a time. The computer labs have about 50 computers in it for 1,500 students.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:52:16Z
Registering for classes after your 1L year is a complete joke, the school offers classes on Monday and Thursday instead of Monday and Wednesday, which makes it impossible to create a decent schedule. The classes start at all different times making it even more difficult to schedule. There is no uniformity. The schools registration web site crashes when it's time to register, charlotte law also lets part time students register first over full time students, filling up classes I'm required to take, forcing a full time student to take night classes.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:46:56Z
The school does offer a lot of career workshops and information sessions, except they schedule them while classes are going on so barely anyone goes. The career services center is run very bad at responding to emails, students have to go in person if you want anything done, to only get an excuse that the center hasn't had time to look through emails.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:43:52Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The cost of charlotte law is as much as if you went to a top tier school. When the school moved to uptown charlotte, they did not include any parking, so now students must pay up to $200 a month to park. Law students already have a tremendous burden of debt, and this school piles it on, all the while smiling in your face, preaching that the students should be responsible.
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:41:24Z
Most students are very hardworking and smart, however, the school is a diploma mill and lets in just about anyone. Its amazing to me that some of the students have a hard time writing or speaking proper english, but still remain at the school. They seriously let in anyone!
College Junior 2013-11-22T22:39:05Z
Charlotte Law charges top dollar and provides low quality education and services. The school prides itself on professionalism, however, the staff are very unprofessional and do not respond to emails or calls. The school moved to a new building which was unfinished when classes started, the wireless in the building is awful and only works for five minutes at a time. The schools website for registering for classes is a complete joke. The school also is home to the only wooden elevator I have ever seen, its almost laughable until you realize how much you pay to go there.
College Sophomore 2013-10-28T12:42:07Z
The student body at Charlotte School of Law is diverse. I appreciate being able to interact with different cultures throughout my education experience. There are a lot of adult students, like myself, so that makes me comfortable with the atmosphere as well.
College Sophomore 2013-10-28T12:39:56Z
We are learning the basics of law and how to apply research to legal services. I do wish that we had more instruction on some things but it's all a learning experience. Overall, I'm happy with the choice I made to attend Charlotte School of Law.
College Sophomore 2013-08-07T16:10:58Z
I feel that they have state of the art technology at Charlotte School of Law.
College Sophomore 2013-08-07T16:08:22Z
Love the diversity at the school and the city it resides in!
College Sophomore 2013-07-19T02:56:43Z
They are innovative and creative with new programs and opportunities.
College Sophomore 2013-07-19T02:53:19Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition on the expensive side compared to other schools.
College Sophomore 2013-07-19T02:48:26Z
Participated in the AAMPLE Program. It was a very good experience. The professors are prepared, organized and concerned about the students. Pass for acceptance and Fail non-acceptance. I did not receive a grade just a pass.
College Sophomore 2013-05-07T18:35:20Z
The student body at such school in question is very diverse.
College Sophomore 2013-03-28T00:17:58Z
It is what it is. You have to make law school work for you. CSL is a new school, so it doesn't yet have the reputation or credibility that other schools have.
College Sophomore 2013-03-28T00:15:51Z
It's difficult to find jobs in the legal field and CSL is not exactly a top school.
College Junior 2012-11-26T19:36:19Z
The resources to help students succeed are second to none. Compared to the undergraduate college I attended, Charlotte School of Law has incredibly more programs for students needing academic help. With the amount of time and number of people they have to help their students succeed in school, there's no reason a student couldn't succeed.
College Junior 2012-11-26T19:31:31Z
Charlotte School of Law was my second option in graduate schools. I primarily chose it based on proximity to where I'm from. I didn't want moving out of the state to be an option I would have to entertain, but unfortunately it was. However, I am still satisfied with the school itself, and its not that far of a drive home.
College Junior 2012-11-26T19:25:06Z
Diversity is readily seen in my school. Charlotte School of Law really has done a good job in bringing people from all acorss the country, and even some international students to enrich the learning environment that can be found at the school. The student body is made up of people with a wide variety of backgrounds, having degrees in everything from engineering, to political science, to english, and many more. Because of the nature of the course work, most students do not work, but many balance family lives with the strenuous amount of material that is covered each semester.
College Junior 2012-11-26T19:10:43Z
Since everyone attending Charlotte School of Law is going for a Juris Doctorate, everything is tailored to what is needed, there are no unnecessary electives like there was in undergrad.
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