« on: April 01, 2005, 07:32:12 AM »
From reading xoxo, here, and the various admitted students boards, it seems a number of us have the same decision to make - George Washington or Cornell. I am curious as to which way everyone else is leaning who has this call to make. This is the way I see it.
Advantages for each:
Cornell: Rank, "Intellectual community," class size, cost of living, facilities, academic rep, overall university name
GW: IP program, things to do, immediate legal market, job opportunities for significant other
Personally, I am still waiting on the full financial packages from both, but I already have some guaranteed $ from GW, so that is also a major draw. In addition, since I am looking for patent law, that's another edge to GW. I've visited both places and was very impressed with facilities, students, & faculty. What are everyone else's thoughts?