Do you know of any other schools that have free application costs for online apps?
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So as far as the origional question, is it basically all 4 of the 22's are strictly regional when it comes to name recognition? I'm considering applying to all 4 (I can't get into the ones that y'all have been discussing), so I'd like to have an idea of how those rank unofficially.
I was looking at the U.S. News webpage and I saw that there are 4 schools ranked 22nd: Notre Dame, Iowa, Washington and Lee, and Boston University. Do all 4 of these schools carry the same weight as far as name recognition? I know that Notre Dame carries a lot, but what about the rest of them?
Well, here's what got me onto the whole lobbying kick. I got to talking to a lobbyist from Iowa, and he started going on and on about how he loved the job. His job is based there in Des Moines, but they also send him to DC quite often to hob nob with the Senators and Congressmen. His life sounded great to me. Live in a quiet state, but yet still have an influential job dealing with the government. He suggested that I go to law school and do something similar to him when I expressed interest. He had gone to Drake University Law, and it had worked out for him. Is his setup unusual?
Oh, and I guess I should say that I love my internship. Capital Hill is amazing even as an intern. It's more the city that I don't like being in. Too much crime, too expensive, etc.....