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Anyone have any thoughts on internet service providers in New Orleans? Wondering who I should go with, or if I even have a choice...

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Have you asked the school in question if you can defer enrollment until the following year? That seems like the obvious solution...

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: Outlining Software
« on: July 11, 2008, 11:51:42 AM »
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I'll check out the trial download.

I don't believe there is a Mac version of One Note.


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What software are you using (or plan to use) for outlining? I downloaded a trial version of Circus Ponies/NoteBook and it seems pretty decent. Does anyone have any experience with it?

I've used NoteBook for the past two years of UG, and I'm having a hard time imagining how I would get through law school without it. It's a great tool: NoteBook's indexing capabilities are so helpful, and the whole application is very easy to customize to your needs. Check out this site for ideas about how you could use NoteBook in law school.




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I think a drink is always necessary when taking out massive amounts of loans.


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Hearing what I have about Tulane...I wish I had applied there.  where and what kind of firms do you guys want to end up working after tulane law?

my own


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Dr. Foom - a quick glance at LSN's graph for Tulane makes it appear as if virtually all applicants at or above 3.5/160 were admitted. You've got an excellent chance...

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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Sell the house or try to keep it?
« on: July 09, 2008, 02:29:55 AM »
As I will be relocating to attend law school, I ended up renting out my home in Seattle: a lot of equity and a hot rental market allow me to cover both my mortgage and property management expenses and still eek out a little profit. I'll be able to stay involved in what has been a very resilient real estate market in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood during my three years in school, and will have the flexibility to either move back into my home after graduating, continue to rent it out, or sell it and put the proceeds toward a new home.

If your place is at all suitable as a rental, I'd strongly suggest looking into this course of action...

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I really wish Tulane was a Direct lending rather than FFELP lending participant - I'd be much happier just going right to the feds. Having for-profit private banks service student loans just seems like a really bad idea...

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Wow - you kids have deleted about 35 pages worth of posts...











You know Google has already archived all that stuff, right?

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WTF? I've heard that message on two radio stations and four websites today - not including LSD. Slow news day...

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