oh, my bad. westside would be preferable.
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any guesses on when classes will be starting? i think i saw a schedule somewhere that showed that last spring, 1L classes started at 8:45AM monday-friday. is that typical, or could we expect something else for this fall?
on the website, i can't remember exactly where i found it, but they have the fall 1l schedule that you can download...classes start at 8:45 and they have all the classes listed, but i think you need to know which section you are in to know your exact schedule...
queencruella is completely missing the point. who cares if more random people on the west coast or in other areas outside of the south recognize the Notre Dame name than the Vandy name? they recognize Notre Dame because of the football team, not the law school, which does very little for your employment opportunities. when you're looking for a job it's the legal community's opinion that counts. Vandy is regarded more highly than Notre Dame pretty much everywhere outside of the midwest. if you definitely want to go to London or know that you want to work in the midwest, go to to ND. Otherwise, i'd take Vandy.
A PC-compatible laptop is only needed for exams, and even then only if you are using the software as opposed to handwriting.
Yes, if you haven't already, you should send transcripts from your undergraduate school (the one that gave you your degree) and your graduate school, if applicable. Transcripts to LSAC don't count.
If you have not already done so, please make arrangements to have final
transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work forwarded to our
office. Your official transcripts must be on file prior to your arrival
at Duke in order to meet the requirements of the American Bar
Association. Transcripts submitted to LSAC are not sufficient for this
purpose. Original transcripts must be submitted to our office directly
from the institution.
Another random question. I was looking through my admit materials and there is no mention of immunization forms, or having official transcripts sent to Duke, etc. Does anyone have a list of things we need to do before we get there, or do we not need to do anything other than pay the deposit?