« on: May 28, 2008, 09:44:08 AM »
Neither will aid you in your pursuit of "international law", but will have some classes or clinics geared toward that.
To the OP:
As always, take everything anyone says on this board with a grain of salt. You didn't decide to go to law school because of these people, so don't decide which school to go to because of them. As this thread has repeatedly shown, many people just rep their own schools. And many times, their facts are plainly wrong. BU, for example, has 12 study abroad programs. It hardly follows that it will not "aid you in your pursuit of 'international law'". Whatever you do, make up your mind soon. Seat deposits suck.