Houston personal injury firm Ogletree Abbott has launched a new Law Student Assistant program on their website, OgletreeAbbott.com.
This new tool is being provided pro bono by Ogletree Abbott to help college students research law schools in the United States, and provide links to the law school’s main web page.
This new research tool provides one site where prospective law students can locate law schools with complete contact information, and view law professor resumes and articles.
Prospective law school applicants can look into each law school and better determine requirements, areas of study, tuition cost, school activities and research law professors in the law schools. Students also have the opportunity to look into clubs, groups and organizations law that they would find to be of interest.
In addition to traditional law schools, the site also includes information about online law schools.
Hey, Ogletree Abbott — I checked out your web site. Hey, 1996 called — they want their web design back. Also, when I click on “About Us,” I want to know where you’re located, how many lawyers you employ, and what kinds of law you practice. I don’t want to read about your grandmother.