American is at the top of my list barring a major bout of luck.
I, too, love American's strength in the "international" field. I'm an International Studies major right now and find everything that falls under that umbrella just thrilling. Like I was telling you (WindyCindy) the other day, I'm not too interested in writing policy. I'm more interested in the business side of it, and how that all inter-relates with internaional political economic policies haha. So, I dont necessarily want to write it, but I definitely want to be trained in how to work within it. If that makes any sense!
To the poster who asked how an international studies 'touch' apply to the real world ... I can't help but wonder what part of the real world it does NOT apply to? I understand that bankruptcy and tax and things like that you can pretty much hole up and never see past our own borders, but the world is globalizing! More and more businesses have international reach, and I think it's important to be well versed in how to practice the law in other countries as well as through international organizations. Obviously its neither for everyone, nor necessary for everyone, though. But I love it and think it's -incredibly- pertinent!
As for whether or not I'll be at American, it's highly likely but not definite. I wanted to tag the thread though!