I've spoken with W&L. They understand when people do multiple deposits and blame it on the system. They're pushing for a uniform date. Go ahead and put down two deposits, I'm doing the same.
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I spoke with W&L and they said they understand students putting down 2 or more deposits and have no problem with it. They even blamed it on the system and said they're one of the schools working for a uniform deadline. Another reason to love W&L.
Law School Applications / Re: RATINGS HAVE LEAKED. ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE. (Also top 100 typed up by Cosm« on: March 25, 2008, 11:01:26 PM »
Seton Hall out of the top 100. Ouch.
OK I think I'm going to rule BU off the list (I'm not going to tell W&L that). I've met and spoke with several former BU grades who all regretted going there over some of their other choices. They also pointed out the ridiculous cost of living piling on debt.
W&L Trolls are most certainly welcome. I'm an athletic and recreational kind of guy. I played lacrosse in college and would love to pick up intramural lacrosse/hockey/football w/e to help pass some time and blow off some stress in law school. I know there's a ton of partying but there also seems like there are some good recreational opportunities and although I like to party once and awhile, sports comes first in my book!
« on: March 24, 2008, 08:43:32 PM »
I'm planning on trying to get some more out of W & L against a full ride at Cardozo and lower requirements for Cardozo off W&L. I will be sending out the email tomorrow, I just don't know who it would be best to send it to. Director for Admissions? Assistant Director? Anyone who has done this have any suggestions as to who and perhaps the approach you used if successful?
Also, I have never heard of someone losing their scholarship at W&L. I don't the school actually holds people to the 3.0 requirement, but I could be wrong. As a W&L student from the NYC area, I found the job prospects in NY to be pretty good. Now, you just need to hear about job prospects coming out of Cardozo and compare. I'd go to W&L over Cardozo simply because I'd hate that commute from Westchester and if you were to live in NYC, there would probably be no difference in cost between the 2 schools because of the ridiculous rent you would pay in NYC.
Yeah theres no way I'd live in the city, I'd commute but I agree it would definitely be a pain. I'm going to put a call into Cardozo tomorrow to see if I can get some info.
« on: March 24, 2008, 02:55:57 PM »
My mom wanted to come so I'm bringing her along to this one.