I've heard nothing but good things about LEEWS, so I definately want to get involved when I'm a 1L. Do you think the one day program or the CDs are better? Who here has tried either (or both)? Thanks.
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Hi, I am going to be attending UT in the fall. I have a few questions:
Where do students tend to work (region/cities) after graduation?
What cities do firms who interview on campus for summer associateships come from?
Thanks for your help.
Question: If a law school would get a summer associateship out of state and not know anyone who lives there, what would he/she do for living arrangements? It may be hard to find an apartment you can move into where you can go month to month. What would the student do in this situation? Any experiences or ideas?
Where should I go next fall? / Toledo 2L taking questions about the school, law school in general, or life« on: May 24, 2007, 01:00:30 PM »
Or maybe we can just chat about the Cavs playing tonight and how much the series is on the line if they lose.
« on: May 04, 2006, 10:25:03 AM »
Ah, crap, I bought the new versions already. I'm going to have to sell those and get the original, untouched versions now.
Damn you Lucas (but at the same time, thanks for coming to your senses finally).
I received a letter today telling me I'm on hold on Case Western Reserve. How are my chances of getting in? They said "we do admit many student whose files have been placed on hold." Anyone else on hold here?
I'm going to write a letter to them to increase my chances of getting in. Any advice on what I should say to them? Thanks.
Edit: Also, what's the difference between hold and waitlist?
« on: March 30, 2006, 01:40:39 PM »
I'm curious about this. Do lawyers as a group tend to lean one way or the other, as college professors do? Or is there really no difference between lawywers and the general population's political views? Or, the third option, maybe different type of lawyers tend to have different views
Your thoughts are welcome
Hi, you can see all my stats below. Cincinnati was the highest ranked school I got into, and I received a $2K scholarship per year (negotiated to $3K). I'm deciding between that school and Toledo. I also got a full ride from Cleveland Marshall, but I currently live in Cleveland, and I really need to get away from home, plus the bar passage rates at that school are awful.
I'm going down to Cincy on the 14th for the admitted students to see the city. What can anyone tell me about the city, campus, places to live etc. I'm going to have to like it a lot to pass up a full ride at another tier 2 school. Also, do you think my job prospects would be greater if I graduated from Cincy as opposed to Toledo? Thanks.
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