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Choosing the Right Law School / U of Arizona Placement
« on: March 21, 2005, 05:28:50 PM »
Anybody know why so few of their grads go to private practice and so many do gov't work? Is placement pretty weak coming out of  U of A?

Choosing the Right Law School / UNC no money or U Minn ($)
« on: March 21, 2005, 05:27:51 PM »
Ok, here's the runoff, I already withdrew from UIUC.

13k a year at U Minn, no dough at UNC, probably won't qualify for residency at either school (it's tough)

Maybe 25k total cheaper for U Minn, cause UNC's tuition is cheaper, and COL a bit cheaper too.

So, which one would you recommend?

Choosing the Right Law School / Gaining residency at UNC
« on: March 21, 2005, 07:54:01 AM »
Anyone know if it is easy/ possible to get in state tuition starting 2nd year at UNC -CHapel HIll?

Choosing the Right Law School / UNC, UMN, or UIUC
« on: March 20, 2005, 04:42:12 PM »
Ok, I can't decide where to attend, so I thought of putting down deposits for 2 or even all 3.  But that's stupid, considering I will probably end up attending a local Cali school instead. But I can't decide yet.  But I have committed myself to only putting down one deposit among the three.  So.. I need your help.  Which one should I put a deposit down towards?  Minnesota, UNC Chapel Hill, or UIUC?

1. Money is not a factor.
2. Location, kinda.  I'd ideally like to come back to California, but if I can't, I wouldn't mind Chicago or the Southeast, maybe Atlanta or Raleigh.  Hence Location isn't that big of a factor.  I am kinda scared of the cold of Minnesota, but it is the highest ranked one of the bunch.
3. BIGLAW would be nice, but I don'thave to.  Ideally, I only want to avoid public defender type of jobs.

So... pick just one for me. 

Choosing the Right Law School / Loyola LA Money Info
« on: March 15, 2005, 07:57:45 PM »
Just got a full ride tuition for 1st year, renewable as long as I maintain a 2.6 GPA (whatever or however hard that is) along with 500 stipend for books.

My numbers I do not wish to share, except to say they weren't that good.

I live in LA and got this letter today, so yall who are expecting money should get notice soon.

Keep in mind I did apply very early, this might have bearing on aid money.

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