« on: February 28, 2008, 08:13:51 PM »
Her list of top trial advocacy schools looks like it includes all the best ones.
I was just accepted at Quinnipiac recently, and it's my first letter of any kind. I'm glad it's an acceptance!
Does anyone know much about the school? I'm asking students/alumni or people who work in CT in particular.
I'm actually from the area originally, though I don't live there anymore. I think there's a fair chance I may go there vs some of the middle-ranked schools I applied to because of its location, but probably not if I get into one of my super-reaches.
So yeah, any thoughts on the school? It's students, profs, job prospects, etc?
I want to stay in the South (preferably Texas) and don't know what I want to do (although I would like my options to be pretty open).
My choices are
Emory - full price
Baylor - $18k scholarship - 2.5 requirement (top 50%)
Tulane - $25k scholarship - 3.0 requirement (top 65%)
UH - instate (no word on scholarship yet)
Wow. This has been pretty much split down the middle. Thatís exactly how I feel. To answer a question, I just want to make sure I end up in Texas long-term. If itís Dallas great but if not we could be really happy in Austin (Hometown) or even San Antonio (I realize those markets are tiny).
It feels strange having my life play out on a message board. Thanks so much for all the opinions. If anybody else has one, bring it on.
or other factors...
just hoping to get a sense between the two in case i end up having to decide between them
Pro: a strong addition to the household income which allows for a bigger and better investment portfolio; a good chance of assisting your legal career.
Con: probably ugly; lack of feminine traits; dont care to have sex.
basically, the problem is reduced to money vis-a-vis good sex&look.
do you want a wife who is rich and ugly? or poor yet good-looking?