For those who are current law students, is law school a business casual atmosphere or like a regular, sweatshirt college environment?
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I'm torn as to what school to go to. At Toledo, I would get in state tuition and I like their prosecutor's program. However, I am unsure of the job prospects within Ohio. I like Indy because it is a great city and yet they do not have any programs or specialities that interest me. Does anyone have any advice?
I am having so much trouble figuring out financial aid and the office doesn't seem to answer any of my questions. So far I have 30,000 in scholarships/ federal loans but I thought that you receive a student budget that has housing and other expenses on it. Do I have to apply for extra loans? Other schools that I were accepted to had everything all figured out. Indy just said apply to get more money but I don't even know how much I need.
Yeah, ever since I first watched Legally Blonde, Iíve wanted to be a lawyer. Law school seems like so much fun.
I just wanted to know what is the easiest way to make a 175 on the L-Sats. Do they still accept VHS essays or do you have to put them on DVD now?