havent heard from them yet...but i doubt ill get it
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« on: April 03, 2007, 10:42:57 PM »
oh..one more thing.. I got accepted to Florida Coastal as well, and they are offering me $15,000 a year....of course I would still be paying out-of-state tuition though...what tier of school is that? is it better than either tech or STCL?
« on: April 03, 2007, 10:40:58 PM »
hey thanks so much for your comments...here are my concerns:
I want a school with a small student/teacher ratio
Want it to have a good (90% or higher) bar passing rate
Reasonable tuition cost (I am a texas resident)
Want to be stay in texas...as close to South TExas (Rio Grande VAlley) as possible
BUT OVERALL: I want to get the best education possible between these two schools....any other added opinions?
Oh yeah one more thing...My long term goal is to eventually become a law professor, but while I practice law I am going to focus on either bankruptcy law, will and estate, or criminal law (bet you can tell i am undecided ! )
I am interested in more opinions...thanks again!
« on: April 03, 2007, 02:53:08 PM »
I really want to stay in Texas. I have been accepted to these two universities as well as Florida Coastal. I am waiting to hear from UT, UH, and Baylor. Any opinions on Tech and South Texas College of Law? Thanks.
Hey everyone...I really need some help deciding where to go in the fall. I have applied to six law schools and have heard (and been accepted) into three. I am still waiting to hear from U Houston, U Texas, and Baylor.
I am from Texas, and I really do not want to go out of state for my law degree. I have been accepted thus far into Texas Tech School of Law, Florida Coastal School of Law, and South Texas School of Law (Houston). I was just wondering-of the three schools I have been accepted to, which would seem like the best school to attend. I would like to be at a school with a small teacher/student ratio, with a reasonable tuition for in state students, with a good reputation, and an above average bar passing rate.
If any of ya'll have opinions about these schools, please feel free to share them. the only thing I ask is please do not hate on me. I can not afford to apply or attend any of the "bigger" more "respected" schools, and I really would like to stay in Texas. So if you have any advise...please share. Thanks so much!