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School of Law-King Hall, 400 Mrak Hall Drive
Davis, CA 95616-5201
“There is certainly competition” among students, but “the King Hall Spirit” “keeps it from getting dirty or uncomfortable.” “A laid-back atmosphere” permeates. “People loan notes and books without a qualm.” “Not that we all hold hands in the hallway and sing Kumbaya,” elaborates a 3L, “but everybody is very respectful and has a good time together.” Socially, “Most people find a niche,” and events and parties occur “pretty much every weekend.” “There are a large number of traditions at King Hall that students really get into” as well, including “softball and bowling leagues, the law school talent show, and a law school prom.” “While these may seem lame and tacky, they are actually really fun, and the large majority of students get involved,” explains a 3L. There’s also “a co-op nursery, so students with children can drop their kids off while in class.”
“The city of Davis is a delightful college town.” “You don’t have to fight traffic, and people are just downright friendly.” “Armies of students ride bicycles to classes, and the fun downtown area is a short walk from campus.” There is a “dearth of interesting res¬taurants,” but “The weather is nice.” “You can focus,” notes a 3L, because “It’s quiet.” “Davis is a fantastic place to spend three years of graduate school,” adds another 3L.
“Sacramento is fifteen minutes away and the Bay Area is only an hour [away].” “Great skiing” and “wine country” are not far. Davis is also “a town where hippies settle down after...making high salaries.” As a result, apartments aren’t cheap. “The housing crunch cannot be overstated enough,” warns a 2L. “Students considering Davis should immedi¬ately check Craigslist and do everything in their power to get housing secured as soon as they accept.”