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I go to UW as a UG, so I can answer any questions about living up in this city called Seattle.

Rankings generally reflect their national pull more then anything.  When you head start into specific regions, rankings really aren't important.

Salem is the capital, so if you want to get involved in Oregon State politics then thats a good place to be.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: Seattle Area Legal Scene?
« on: December 12, 2007, 02:43:14 AM »
Portland's traffic is almost as bad, and its only a bit cheaper to live in then Seattle.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: Oregon Law Schools
« on: October 14, 2007, 03:38:55 PM »
As someone who lived in the Portland area, its not as cheap as some people make it sound.  Its not San Francisco or New York city but the its still more expensive then plenty of Midwest or Southern area major cities.  Its probably going to go up since the entire region (especially the areas across the river) are being flooded with new people moving in.

and Microsoft owns the outlying areas.

As well as the UW Law School

Yeah, the Oregon law schools send alot of people into non-private careers.  UO has alot more people going into public interest then most other schools I know of.  The environmental program is a big deal in Eugene, same with L&C.

University of Washington pretty much dominates the law market.  If you get in there, your pretty much set if you want to the NW.  After that it depends on where you want to work.  Lewis & Clark is great if you want to work in Portland for example.

Law School Applications / Re: Placement in the Pacific NW!
« on: June 18, 2007, 09:31:54 PM »
Lewis & Clark and University of Washington.  University of Oregon I would imagine places decently as well.

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