Have any of you been looking around at various law schools and just been completely turned off by the law school building itself? I mean, you go from laws schools like the one at Michigan, Cornell, Notre Dame, etc. then you look at the ones at Vanderbilt and UVA and it's like WTF? The buildings are objectively nice and all but don't fit in with the law school vibe at all.
Qunnipiac Law School may be just the fit for you. It is in the prestigious northeast and it looks like an ivy, hell they must be doing something right to have a school look that good.
FWIW I have never been to Chicago, but have heard the students take pride in their drab campus and facilities, "so they can spend more money on the faculty"
Uh, their law school doesn't look like any Ivy league law school that I've ever seen, so stop trying to be a smartass. As I said, never intended for this to turn into debate, so get off it. Also, I didn't mean that Harvard, Michigan and Yale are what they are because of the architecture. Rather, that they, some of the most respect minds in US law, think that having a building like that is most in line with what a law school should be. I never said the quality of the education was derived from the building. I'm sure if they'd have wanted to they could have built a new building as well, give the endowments that they have. That look simply "fits" law school, that's all I meant by starting this thread. And if you want to downgrade my opinion or call me an idiot, than as far as I'm concerned you can &#&#@ my ^@^*.