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Choosing the Right Law School / To those going part time - who's paying?
« on: November 09, 2008, 07:40:15 AM »
Hey, those of you going part time, are you paying for school or is your work? I have debt from undergrad and I'm considering applying to some schools part time. I worked abroad for two years and I'm applying for jobs now. Who would pay for law school, the federal government? I realize I might have to work for a year first. Thanks.

Hi all, I have big loans from undergrad, but I want to go to law school. I would love to get a job that would pay for law school, but I'm not sure where those jobs are. I was a Fulbright T.A. for two years after college and I'm applying to schools now, but considering waiting a year if I can find a job that will pay for me. Ideas? Thanks!

Choosing the Right Law School / northeastern co-op
« on: October 20, 2008, 02:46:55 PM »
from what I've heard and seen on LSN, northeastern doesn't seem to award big scholarships. does anybody know if it's possible to earn money with these co-ops? also, does northeastern really assist students in finding valuable co-ops, or are you actually on your own?

Choosing the Right Law School / human rights
« on: October 14, 2008, 07:41:29 PM »
hey guys, so I wrote once before. was wondering, if in your own research, you've come across schools with exceptional human rights programs, clinics, professors.

I've definitely done plenty of my own research, but it'd be nice to hear other opinions. I'm looking outside of the t14 at the moment. UMD, UNC, UCONN...

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / BC vs. BU, rank and reputation
« on: June 05, 2007, 12:58:50 AM »
Everywhere I look BU seems to rank higher than BC - USNWR, Leiter - especially in terms of faculty quality. (Even on The Princeton Review...although we seem to have come to a consensus that TPR isn't especially valuable in terms of rankings.) However, when BU 2Ls take questions or BC students defend their school, they both seem to agree that BC places better in the Boston market. (Is this just the Boston market or across the board?) Are either of these schools far superior than the other in any major way? Does it just come down to campus location and atmosphere? BC has a campus outside of the city, BU is in the city.

Choosing the Right Law School / Princeton Review
« on: May 29, 2007, 01:35:59 AM »
Hey, I was wondering how many of you use The Princeton Review in your law school research? I mean, is it worth looking at, I feel like the information hasn't changed in the past two years...but they have some interesting ranking categories.

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