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The Georgia Advocate Placement Edition

By University of Georgia School of Law

Abstract

This placement directory is designed to introduce to you the 1974 graduating class of the University of Georgia School of Law. Our faculty and alumni take pride in all these graduates and recommend them to you are individuals who are prepared to assume responsible positions in the legal community. The present senior class entered the Georgia Law School in the fall of 1971 with an average undergraduate grade point average of 2.97 and an average Law School Admission Test score of 587. The 216 third-year students were selected for law school admission from among 1288 applicants. As you can see, the 1974 graduate was well qualified when he or she entered the J.D. degree program, and the completion of three years of comprehensive studies has confirmed our confidence in each graduate\u27s ability to succeed in some field of the law. This comprehensive program of study includes a carefully planned and executed curriculum, instruction under legal educators who are nationally-known for competence in their specialties and opportunities to participate in clinical programs of prosecution and legal aid, legal writing for publication and trial preparation. We welcome your inquiries about our placement program, encourage you to post your employment needs with us, and invite you to visit the University of Georgia campus and make use of our interview facilities at the Law School. J. Ralph Beaird Acting Dean Gwen L. Yawn Director of Placemen

Topics: placement, job search
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 1973
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:lectures_pre_arch_archives_other-1083
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