We recently posed this question (in so many words) and a number of others to several of our professors. In the below videos, Professor Brian Murchison, Professor Mary Natkin and Professor David Millon offer their perspectives on anything and everything from W&L’s vaunted Honor System and the myriad ways it impacts campus life to the one thing every prospective student should know about W&L Law.
W&L Law is very much a community. With approximately 420 students and a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, we truly believe our law school offers a more personalized educational experience, and this personal feel extends well beyond the classroom. In short, this is a law school where you will be an engaged and active participant in your legal education. You will get to know your classmates, and they will get to know you. Over the course of your three years on campus, you will forge relationships that will last a lifetime, and you will live and learn in an environment where issues of integrity and collegiality are central. But don’t take our word for it: