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JEFFERSON TOWERS

Looking for someone to move into Jefferson Towers and take over my lease. I have already paid 2 months and willing to pay for the month of August or one month free. Spacious room. Washer/dryer on the top (plentiful). Swimming Pool. Very close to downtown Syracuse/Armory Square and easy access to ALL of the major highways!! Very clean. Very big. Very safe. Roommate is a law student.

This apartment is a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment! With a full kitchen and HUGE living room space.

Jefferson towers is full of med students. Quiet. There is always someone to accept packages that are delivered during the day.

BEST THING : HEAT AND ELECTRIC are included!!!!
This is handsdown the best place to live in Syracuse. It usually fills up quickly and extremely close to the lawschool. (20 minute leisurely walk). Less than 5 minutes by car (more like 3 minutes).
Please contact immediately if interested.

This is really a great apartment. Carpet.  Newly painted walls.  Your own bathoom!  This is the apartment complex that is always in demand and yet no one can get an apartment easily.  It fills up.  The landlord is great. Maintenance is great.  (Same day services as long as it is within reasonable time). 

If you have any questions, please let me know!   :P

Address:
50 Presidential Plaza
Syracuse, NY  13202

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General Board / Syracuse - Opinions Please.
« on: May 05, 2005, 01:15:09 PM »
When you hear or think of Syracuse law school - for those who are already in law school - what do you think?  Good law school? Eh? Potential to be better? Or whatever.  Free Association is certainly welcomed!

I feel that many people who are not yet in law school have a tendency to live by the US News rankings only.

I am hoping to get a different perspective from people already in school, etc?

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Hi There.

I was recently accepted to Loyola - NO and have received mixed feedback regarding this school.  I will be going to visit the school in April for the school's open house, however, I have a few questions.

Is this school a "who you know" school?  For example, it is a really great school who have excellent connections / deep roots in the South/area?

Does the curriculum focus primarily focus on civil law even though I will be enrolled in the common law?

How are the academics?

Thanks! ;)

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