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Well, M16. I for one cant wait to meet the cool gays in a coupke of weeks
Monterrat. We can go
husbandtall-hot guy shopping together!! Though Im pretty tall and when I meet a guy taller than me i get ridiculously scared and intimidated....eek
OK it has to be asked....is everyone going to michigan gay?!?!? this now borders on hilarious.
man i was wondering that too...i want a joint JD/MRS degree and this doesn't look promising at Mich.
Far out. This entire crew was at Aut Bar as well (and lots of folks did the party/netco as well), and it's not exactly a large place. Maybe some of us were grinding on your thigh and didn't know it...
thenextstep - I think you know him, but I could be wrong. PM sent.
But I don't think I saw him around ASW at all, so maybe he's just our Man of Mystery.
I was recently accepted at UM and had a few questions about housing, the campus, the student body as a whole, and recruitment. Fitness is of paramount importance to me and I see that the main gym appears to be a good distance from the Lawyers Club and Law School. Can anyone tell me about how far a walk it is and if they run shuttles to the gym? Also I am aware there is a Gold's Gym in AA, how far is that from the law school and how is housing near Golds?
My next question is about the Lawyers Club - what are your thoughts about that? I am assuming it enables you to make fantastic friends, but it seems to have some downfalls - closed during Thanksgiving, Winter Break, and Summer (meaning I have to leave) and no parking. Do the positives outweight the negatives? If you do not live in the LC will you still be able to make very close friends or does it become more like a job where you show up say hello, go home, and repeat?
Next, do the other schools such as the business school or undergrad interact with the law students (i.e. did you make friends that are not going to be lawyers?) Are the non law schools welcomed around the LC and the Law school? I just ask because I'd like to take advantage of the large University setting and make friends in all sorts of discplines.
Finally, I am interested in business law and I am not 100% sure if I'd go the law firm route. When the companies that recruit the MBAs come are the Law Schools allowed to go to the interviews and events as well? Hopefully that made sense, but in otherwords is it easy for UM Law Student to interview with companies other than firms and government organizations?
Thank you all for your wonderful discussion on this thread, UM should borrow the talk on here and make it an FAQ booklet!