Yea, the roommate referal. Ive lived with 5 other people in a house before (4 girls...yea) so i think i can handle 2/3 roomies.
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« on: May 12, 2007, 01:29:50 PM »
Im not a philly native, so im looking to see if anyone who knows the area would know what the best places to live would be. It looks like the best places to live will be in the Center City area. However, most all studios are at least 800 not including uttilities!!!!!
Ideally id like to live by myself, but due to the cost, this seems impossible. I wouldnt mind living with maybe 2 others max. So whats the best area for law students that is affordable, is close to the tube, and might even have parking?
Also, post up other living suggestions if you have them.
is this your blog? were you at the admitted students day by any chance for this incoming class?
no offense...but from your posts...seems like there are a lot of douchhe bags in your class. Maybe this is how it is at all law schools.
Wow...im looking at some apartments in center city and it seems that any decent place south of Girard is at least $850...for a studio!!! How the heck are students suppose to live there? Do Temple Law students just live in the more ghetto areas?
Any younger people going to Temple??
Im 22, but im a yr out of UG. Started early...
Cant wait to go back to school....work sucks.
Wisconsin is too expensive - they gave me no money. I'd rather be in Philly than madison/chicago. Pitt gave me more money with no conditions, but again - id rather be in Philly.
MD, im actually waitlisted at but am wishfully hoping ill get pulled. If they dont pull me ill go to Temple.
pitt, wisconsin, maryland.
I dont think anywhere near 35% of the class go for public interest, so i dont think that would account for the lower employment @ grad rate. Im pretty sure clerkships are set before graduation.