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« on: November 03, 2008, 05:18:00 PM »
Thanks.. how are they with financial aid? I'm a 171/3 from western pa, and I'm very debt aversive. It seems like OSU would be a decent fit with their pretty easy in state requirements.
It would be good in terms of being debt adverse, but if I were you I'd sent apps to some T14's if you aren't already. Full price T14 > Full ride OSU (except maybe if you want to practice in Ohio).
« on: October 31, 2008, 02:10:31 PM »
I'm pretty interested in the school.. Where do most of the graduates go? I assume there is a good base in Cincy/Cleveland, but what about other areas in the region.. Pittsburgh/Detroit/Indianapolis.. Anybody go to Chicago?
Most graduates do stay in Ohio, but that is largely due to self-selection. 60% of students at OSU Moritz are from the state of Ohio, and 60% of graduates end up getting jobs in Ohio after graduation. I'd bet its the same people for the most part. After Ohio and Washington D.C., OSU places best in Chicago. Looking at the OCI list I know that a few Pittsburgh and Indy firms do interview at OSU. Not sure about Detroit, but it is only a few hours away driving so I imagine opportunities there would be decent (but why would you want to live in Detroit? haha ). In the Midwest OSU is well respected.
I actually am not from the Midwest. I am from California. I talked to many OSU Law alums in California before I decided to go there, and they all spoke highly of their experience. When I visited, that sealed the deal. The atmosphere here is much more relaxed than at most law schools. Sure there is a bit of a high school vibe at times, but all law schools have that.
« on: October 31, 2008, 02:04:09 PM »
What kind of lsat do I need with a 3.5 gpa from Miami? I have a 161 but I'm a little worried and thinking I should retake it. What do you think? Any info about admissions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
I'm guessing you mean Miami in Ohio and not Florida? My 1L class actually has students from both those schools, and tons from Miami OH, but I digress.
161/3.5 should put OSU Moritz solidly in your 'target' range. In theory (as long as the rest of your application is decent) you have a good chance to get in, as 161 is the median LSAT score and I think 3.5 is close to the median GPA. I would recommend you apply as early as possible if you want to got to Moritz. The earlier you apply, the more open seats, the higher chance of getting in. I got in with a 3.38 and a 163 with an ok scholarship, FWIW.
« on: June 04, 2008, 10:01:26 PM »
From this board I've heard about study aids such as E&Es and commercial outlines. I have also heard that many professors tell their students not to use them. What percentage of students would you say use study aids in addition to the casebook in law school? Also, do people tend to use the same study aids, or do people use different ones since they don't know which ones are the best?
My problem in looking for a place has been that most nice places want you to sign a lease in July or earlier, and I don't want a lease to start till August.
Oh, and join the Moritz Class of '11 facebook group if you haven't already
General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law: Class of 2011« on: May 14, 2008, 04:02:46 PM »
I found this link helpful:
Thanks so much for that link!
Although gas prices in Ohio can't possibly be worse than the prices in Cali ($4 a gallon )
General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law: Class of 2011« on: May 10, 2008, 07:04:46 PM »
Facebook group for the Moritz class of 2011...
Join the group and we can all mingle
I will be attending also. I also went there for undergrad. Moritz is pretty awesome. If anyone has any questions about Columbus or the university, feel free to ask.
I'm going to Moritz also. I was wondering if you could tell me what the good places to live near campus are. I want to move somewhere with an August lease, and everywhere I've contacted has a lease starting in either June or July, which is too early.