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Jeff Crossman

I've lived in Akron and know the law school fairly well. It's a great bargain and the Akron area is a great place to live. I've had the pleasure of practicing law with many graduates of Akron (I'm in Ohio) and they are just as capable, creative, and intelligent as any attorney that I have ever met. Like my alma mater, Cleveland-Marshall, they also have an evening program and strive to offer opportunities to people that may not otherwise have opportunities to go to law school (which may also explain their lower ranking). All in all, this is an excellent law school choice for many reasons.

Charles J. Cochran, Jr.

I graduated from the evening program at the University of Akron School of Law in 1990 when it was upgrading much of the Campus. It was a good quality education both at the Law School and for my undergraduate degree. I would recommed it. I had the GI bill to rely on until close to the end of my second year and probably would not have qualified for aid as I had a full time factory job also.

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