Awesome! How's UF? My question is a bit unorthodox..so hope you can give it a go..HOW is the student life there, for grad students? How has your experience been like? Do you go to football games, what does the grad body do for fun, is there always stuff to do, etc. Do you recommend? And what's the age range in your law school class? How are the teachers? thanks
The student life is great here. Keep in mind that I came from a small undergrad., but the law school is nice, because you get the "small-town" atmosphere, but you can take advantage of the larger campus functions. (The law school, even though it is by "frat row" and the sports complexes such as the golf course, track, and football field, is on the edge of campus, so it's quieter there.) Many law students play basketball, tennis, etc. at the sports facilities, and many play intramurals. Also, many play in the Grad Cup, which is a competition between the graduate schools.
Most law students go to the football games if they win the lottery (and many do). There's a downtown, which has its upscale (and downscale) bars/clubs. And there's plenty of other stuff to do, such as hiking (seeing wild alligators/etc.).
Most law students are young, although UF values diversity. I don't just mean ethnic and racial diversity, but UF law students come from all walks of life. That's something I really enjoy here.
The professors are solid, although I think sometimes they dwell too much on the theoretical. Again, though, they're top-notch.
If you have any other questions or need clarifications, feel free to ask. I don't come on here too often, but I try to check this site daily.