I always tell my friends how much John Jay is diversal on majors as criminal justice , law and society which is my major. I also let them know that my school has good professors some of them are lawyers and teach very well, because everthing is about practice. And we practice most of the time in class. Also the career center at John Jay offers many internships allowing students to gain work experience before graduating. There are also multiple clubs to distract students as spanish music club which during break show to students their talents. Some employers come for hiring.
The curriculum is career-focused. Students in the law field find variety of majors to choose from, all that lead up to a great career choice. The college holds a popular name for its Law field, and it strives excellence.
I tell them that some of my professors are seen on t.v dong documentaries or other stories in interviews.
The diversity and the fact that it is in one of the greatest cities of the world, NYC!
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