I was wondering about the grad plus loan too.. what kind of requirements are there for qualifying? I remember lots of people having trouble qualifying for parent plus loans in undergrad.. hopefully its different?
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To answer your question directly, it depends on what you want.
If you're not adverse to taking on $150,000 in debt for the prospect of no legal job, or a salary of $40,000 or less after graduation, go to Cooley .
If you're looking to impress laypersons, go to Cooley.
If you MUST be a lawyer and are willing to live in poverty for the remainder of your life, go to Cooley.
There you have it. You'll be $150,000 in debt, living in poverty, but at least you can tell your friends that you're "a real lawyer" (assuming you pass the bar). You will also be able to masturbate to the fact that you do "intellectually stimulating" will drafting, personal injury work, and felon in possession cases. Last but not least, you will undoubtedly feel superior to your peers and bask in warmth of the Cooley Rankings. After all, it is YOUR LAW SCHOOL, Mr. Cooley Grad, THAT IS RANKED #12 IN THE WORLD (in a ranking system based almost exclusively on the size of the school's library).