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OMG this is sad!!!
Iím not against those that have to take the medications because they need it. But come on, Crystal Meth??? That is neither necessary nor helpful.
« on: April 16, 2008, 06:27:07 PM »
I went to the open house as well, and everyone seem really nice. However, I did find that a lot of the students complained more than they gave positives about the school. The told me that if you are not in the top 10% of the school that you are most likely not even going to matter. The school cares a lot about its top 10%, but not the rest.
« on: April 15, 2008, 03:58:38 PM »
Mconnett I see in your LSN that you got accepted to CUNY law as well congrats!!! You interested in public interest?
Thank you this is very helpful info. I have not pay a visit to the school, but I definitely will very soon. I'm happy you were impressed, I Went to the High school right next to the law school, and was always intrigued by the law school, even though I never went.
« on: April 14, 2008, 05:26:09 PM »
yeah CUNY law is #1 at placing grads in public interest which is good. Their tuition is only $8,500 which is great when you thinking about public interest. I guess ROMA is right, I might have answered my question. However, I will take any other opinions into concideration.
So I am interested in public interest and I am debating between New York Law School or CUNY law. Which school do you guys think will be better? also, NYLS tuition is $45,000 meaning I will most likely graduare with a $150,00+ debt. Is this a smart move for someone who is planning to go into the public interest and most likely not start with a high salary?