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same here. I hope they send it sooner, like in a couple weeks. I'm goingto Colorado on the 15th for a visit to Denver and it would be nice to know whether I should go over to Boulder or not.
The campus is absolutely gorgeous. The new law building is breathtaking...seriously. Boulder is pretty nondescript. The downtown is cool, the mountains are amazing, but the rest of the town is ho-hum.
I'd love to go there, but I'd also love for them to waive that first year non-resident tuition for me to go there.
When I ranked my choices, I went by quality/prestige, location, facilities, and $$$
Michigan is without a doubt the more prestigious law school. Historically and today, it is above Duke. It also has a large Law alumi base, and 420,000 living overall alumni. Duke is great, and also national, but UMich produces professors and legal titans like Clarence Darrow. It has also always placed higher in USNEWS (for what that's worth) and significantly higher on the USNEWS peer ratings.
This has to be a typo. My college only has 1,400 students and has about 16,000 alumni. No way that a law school with a smaller student population will have nearly half a million alumni.
Haha, that's freakin hilarious. Don't say these things in Oklahoma though, they get pretty offended....
Why I want to go to Med School.