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Current Law Students / law school environments
« on: August 11, 2005, 10:55:54 PM »
I want to go somewhere that isn't cuthroat, where students see each other as potential colleagues and not as competition that must be destroyed.

does that mean Harvard is out? what about Hastings, Vanderbilt, etc.

Could those of you attending law schools give your opinions of the learning environment where you are attending?


Nebraska / UNL Law/psychology joint degree. worth it?
« on: July 20, 2005, 01:32:35 PM »
Is it worth it? Where does UNL stand in regards to law schools?
Can it hold a candle to Vanderbilt or even some of the lower schools?

What would be pros and cons of getting ones degree in NE? Would one be able to transfer out to Vandy after the first year?

I ask this because I'm thinking of UNL as a "safety". Whereas Harvard and Stanford are stretches.

To any who are attending UNL for law. What has your experience been like? have you gone to other law schools? What are your possible future employment opportunities?

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