May 2, 2005 | Leave a Comment
"Although we always suffer with those who fail, we rejoice with those who pass," said Willis P. Whichard, dean of the school. "We are particularly pleased, after an aberration last summer, to again be in our accustomed place among the top two schools in the state in the bar passage rate of our graduates." The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law has an enrollment of approximately 360 students and enjoys a heritage derived from three distinct traditions-the noble tradition of the legal profession, the Christian tradition and the finer traditions of the rural South, such as friendliness and self-reliance. It strives to educate lawyers who are prepared to serve their communities with legal skills and ethical and intellectual leadership.
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