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I am very desperate for advice. I literally know 0 attorneys , which means I know 0 people that attended law school. I noticed that people do not really post much on this board anymore, but if there are some lurkers out there reading this please, please, please help. I have to make a decision by next week because orientation for both schools is August 15th. I have already committed to Howard (payed a seat deposit, signed a lease with two others  and payed around $1600 between the July & August's  rent/ deposit). I was just accepted off of the wait list at NCCU today. I know for a fact that I would much rather live in Durham than DC because I am a low-key person, and I do not like big cities. Additionally NCCU is much cheaper (especially when you factor in the cost of living) . If anybody is out there, please help me decide. I have no one else to turn to. Oh and BTW both of them would be at sticker , so either way I will be paying with loans.

Thanks in Advance,

Naomi

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Black Law Students / Should I attend NCCU or Howard this fall?
« on: August 04, 2011, 04:59:34 PM »
I am very desperate for advice. I literally know 0 attorneys , which means I know 0 people that attended law school. I noticed that people do not really post much on this board anymore, but if there are some lurkers out there reading this please, please, please help. I have to make a decision by next week because orientation for both schools is August 15th. I have already committed to Howard (payed a seat deposit, signed a lease with two others  and payed around $1600 between the July & August's  rent/ deposit). I was just accepted off of the wait list at NCCU today. I know for a fact that I would much rather live in Durham than DC because I am a low-key person, and I do not like big cities. Additionally NCCU is much cheaper (especially when you factor in the cost of living) . If anybody is out there, please help me decide. I have no one else to turn to.

Thanks in Advance,

Naomi

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