Go with Rutgers... unlike your other options with scholarship money, 'in-state tuition' rates are not subject to maintaining a certain GPA or class rank.
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i've been accepted to a few decent lower tier 1 southern schools. i want to be in the south for law school, but i'd like to live in NYC for my first few years practicing law. i don't have to have a big law job. heck, i don't even need to make more than 50,000 a year (i will not be paying student loans). i just want to start my career in new york and live there while i'm young!
i know none of these schools have a great future for big law jobs in new york. but what about jobs at smaller, less reputable firms or other types of law? are there any opportunities?
Has St. Johns picked a new dean yet?