any idea how much sabre's tix generally go for?
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« on: February 22, 2006, 09:42:44 PM »
I got into Miami as a backup school, but I'm not sure that I want to go there.
where else you considering and why?
« on: February 22, 2006, 11:22:28 AM »
loyola was pretty interesting, its in a sort of seedy but not too bad area of downtown LA, but its basically its own sealed off block and its nice on the inside, although it has sort of a fake feel, but either way its a good school and i would love to get in.
yeah as i said i didn't get to see the insides of the buildings or anything because it was a day or two before chrstmas so it was mostly closed. although i saw the inside of one building to go to the bathroom and it was nice. so the buildings you saw were very nice? how did the administration seem?
« on: February 21, 2006, 09:35:02 PM »
i'm in at miami as well, no money but i dont really deserve it anyway, didnt try very hard in college. unless i get into more schools, its between miami and buffalo for me. obviously i would MUCH prefer to go to miami but its sooo much more money than buffalo. i'll just have to keep thinking about it i guess. ivan i noticed we are both waiting to hear from a few of the same schools, brooklyn, pepperdine and loyola... maybe another one or two, can't remember. anyway good luck to you. i would almost definitely go to brooklyn or loyola over miami, pepperdine i am not sure about. i visited loyola and pepperdine like two months ago. loyola was pretty interesting, its in a sort of seedy but not too bad area of downtown LA, but its basically its own sealed off block and its nice on the inside, although it has sort of a fake feel, but either way its a good school and i would love to get in. pepperdine's campus is pretty much unreal. its up in these hills right across the pacific coast highway from the ocean, easily the most naturally beautiful campus i have ever seen, of course i haven't seen too too many. unfortunately i went to both schools a couple days before christmas so they were both closed so didnt really talk to anybody. i guess i got on a little of a rant here about these other schools, but i think i saw you post about a cali trip on some other thread so i figured i'd say a little something about those schools. anyway, right now i am leaning toward miami over buffalo because i do NOT want to get stuck in western ny for 3 years and potentially longer if its the only place i can get a job at first. i think i would definitely be happy attending miami.
Can i get the lowdown on the University of Miami School of Law? How is the job-market in Miami? Is it easy enough to get jobs outside Miami in, say, NYC? How is life in Coral Gables/Miami? Is the student body friendly or very competitive? Diverse? Any info you have on Miami and the school of law is much appreciated.