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.
i thought UVa's law school was very nice, but in a diff way from Mich, who gets brownie points for looking like Hogwarts
Don't get me wrong, UVA has a nice campus, it's just that the building isn't...well....law schooish. If your founder is Thomas Jefferson, who was himself a law student, the building you're studying law at shouldn't look like that. It shouldn't look like a community health center or middle school. Do you see the disconnect I'm talking about?