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One other thing to keep in mind--according to the Princeton Review, Cornell Law students spend more hours per day studying than at any other school.

I'm guessing that Cornell Law students also spend more hours per day snowed-in than at any other school.  ;)

Current Law Students / Re: A Letter to my classmates
« on: February 10, 2010, 01:41:08 PM »
what is a hornbook? would class notes and reading the required textbook and required cases several times be enough for to do well in a 1L class?

Re-reading material is generally not all that useful in my opinion.

If I had to make this decision, I would probably go with Cornell for the following reasons:

1. I'm relatively unconcerned about the price tag.
2. I have no real interest in being anywhere in the Midwest long-term.

Just my $.02.  :)

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