College Junior 2013-07-28T18:56:41Z
The classes allow you have have real world hands on experience through mock situations which give a better advantage after graduation since the student already have some of that, where as other school the biggest complaint is they do not learns these things and are lost when they get out.
College Junior 2013-07-28T18:54:41Z
Seems like there is a lot to offer. I have not used them yet, but what is offered seems like ti would help alot.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T17:30:38Z
very diverse and i love that about phoenix school of law.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T17:29:29Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Helpful, many people felt like the process was easy.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T17:26:02Z
88% bar passage rate is high and puts all passing student in a great position to get into the work force.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:24:35Z
The school is very diverse. The age varies but makes things very interesting. I like the diversity in the school, it is more realistic in the real world.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:23:07Z
The professors are all very knowledgeable. They have intense, professional and real life experiences which makes it very easy to learn from them as wel as trust them. The work load is heavy but that is well expected.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:21:25Z
This school is all about academics. It literally is the main goal to succeed.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:20:16Z
Because it is a law school, there is not an athletic department, but they do have plenty of resources to help the student succeed in obtaining their degree as well as preparing for the bar exam. Libraries are fully stocked and have upgrades study room equipment.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:15:35Z
All classrooms are computer ready with plenty of outlets. The classrooms have top of the line computer equipment in all classrooms. The library is equipped with computer for public use as well as printing.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:13:13Z
They offer the chance for students to go full or part time, and the chance to graduate within 2 years rather than 3.
College Junior 2013-05-09T22:39:57Z
Not bad, I feel we over spend on some things--could use more events
College Junior 2013-05-09T22:38:31Z
I have yet to use this department, so i cannot fairly judge.
College Junior 2013-05-09T22:26:47Z
Student diversity is focused on very much, almost too much. Everyone is welcome no matter cultural background
College Sophomore 2013-01-13T21:13:59Z
I am a 1L in law school. So I haven't been able to focus on a specific area of law that I am interested but I am looking forward to being able to take classes that I am more interested in. PSL offers a variety of internships, externships, and real-world experience that helps to prepare its students for the working world. The professors and faculty are willing to help students in every aspect in order for them to be successful future lawyers.
College Junior 2012-12-21T19:58:10Z
The professors are very intelligent and love to teach. PSL is big on community service, which has always been a passion of mine. PSL gives me the tools to be successful after law school.
College Junior 2012-12-21T19:55:06Z
All resources are amazing including staff and facilities.
College Junior 2012-12-21T19:51:46Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Staff is very helpful with providing information about financial aid.
College Sophomore 2012-11-12T12:39:11Z
The program is closely connected with the student and professor to gain the knowledge to understand the law and to be able to practice the law. The program is designed for any student, at any time, to obtain assistance with course material. You can feel the commitment the school has with each student, which could be hard or any other school.
College Junior 2012-09-16T04:30:18Z
They do not offer credited online course. However, the offer a program called AAMPLE which is done online.
College Junior 2012-09-16T04:27:14Z
The classes are very flexible for part-time students. The first year, for full-time students, they pick your classes for you; however, they allow you to make changes that suit your needs.
College Junior 2012-08-07T18:30:22Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
A Bit Expensive, but Some Scholorships Availble. Staff Is Nice! A bit expensive, but some scholorships availble. Staff is nice!
College Junior 2012-08-07T18:27:02Z
Staff Could Be More Helpfull – I would first like to start by stating I have not started classes yet. This review is based solely on my interaction with the school prior to the first day of classes.
This school is somewhat disorganized and the staff is mostly rude! There are two exceptions to this rule, Eric in Financial Aide and the IT Personnel, they have been very organized and ready to help me in any way. Other than that, I have found the staff to be rude on various occasions.
1. There have been a few occasions when I have called the main numbered and asked questions of the receptionist or have needed to be transferred. Every time she has acted like I am putting her out. Isn't it your job to answer calls, you are the receptionist, right? If you don't like your job than quit.
2. I have attended a couple of events organized by Jasmin in the Admissions Department. They have been marginally disorganized. My name was not on the RSVP list, despite the fact that I RSVP’d a couple weeks in advance! There was no response back to emails either. The tone of her emails, the few times she has responded, has been short and snappy. Also, some of the things that were advertised as part of the event were not ready when the events started.
3. On one occasion I left 6 messages with Tim in the Registration Department. I received no call back! Finally after about 2 weeks some other person returned my call. She was very helpful.
4. New Student Orientation is supposed to begin next week. Despite the fact that I have sent two emails regarding the schedule of this required event, I have not received a response. Is this an all day event? What time should I arrive & depart? Is this a stop in for a few hours and your done type of deal? I couldn’t tell you because it is nowhere on the website and no one will return my emails.
I get the overall impression that the staff isn’t there to help. Deciding to attend Law School was a big decision for me. I am admittedly a bit of a worry wart and like to have all my i’s dotted and my t’s crossed before embarking on a life changing adventure. It would be nice if the staff, who is supposedly there to help, would want to help, rather than acting like I’m putting them out.
I am excited to begin Law School but am a little worried about the type of education I will be receiving. I was accepted into ASU as well, but decided on Phoenix School of Law because they offered me a VERY generous scholarship. I figured less debt will be great. I’m starting to worry that I might have made the wrong choice.
College Senior 2012-07-31T14:39:40Z
Professor Support – The Professors are always willing to meet with the students and encourage it throughout the semester. They are kind, understanding, and professional. I feel confident knowing that my professors are there for me.
College Senior 2012-07-31T14:34:01Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Educational Value – I do feel the the school is overcharging for the education. For the most part the education I am receiving is very good with a few exceptions. The school is meeting my expectations, however they are charging nearly double or more of what other schools charge.
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