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I'm a current Vandy 1L looking for a roomie for next year.

email me.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Do law schools offer summer sessions?
« on: June 09, 2005, 12:12:55 AM »
If so, which top ones do? Do these classes transfer gpas over to your current law school?

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Choosing the Right Law School / Seeking a 1L VANDERBILT roommate
« on: June 08, 2005, 07:23:07 PM »
I really really want to try and get a 2 bedroom apt at the Cumberland downtown:

http://www.thecumberlandapts.com

The 2 bedroom range of $1100 to $1200 is just soooo much better than the money spent for a single. If you are an incoming Vandy 1L and want to live with a pretty clean and social guy who will enjoy turning this apartment into a totally pimp place to relax and view the skyline and host some sick cocktail parties; pm me.

I've lived with guys and girls before, and I'm not an ax murderer, so chill.


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Choosing the Right Law School / Anyone get in off PWL @ GULC recently?
« on: April 29, 2005, 05:22:29 PM »
I've been on PWL since early December. Wondering if anyone has been WLed this cycle and gotten in the past couple months...or do they wait til summer to reach into our pile?

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http://maps.google.com/

And click on the 'map' satellite button on the upper right.

Basically its a web service that google bought thats the same idea as mapquest...cept you can see detailed and zoomed satellite pics in color. Its cool to see what your new campus looks like; if the buildings look pretty, if they are crammed together, if it has huge university quads, if there are mountains nearby, etc. And also lets you check out the neighborhoods. The negative; it isn't complete in rural and some suburban areas of the US, so you can zoom in only to a certain mile by mile size point, but for urban areas, you can basically zoom in close enough to see even cars.

I find it a LOT better than looking at some faceless campus map of mapquest map with no dimensions to catch my asthetic eye. Hope everyone has fun.

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Choosing the Right Law School / I am so glad LSD is better than xoxo
« on: April 23, 2005, 11:08:27 PM »
I'm so glad people on this board have better things to talk about than hating n*ggers, jews, ch*nks, cracker a$$ white trash, and pretty much anything else associated with things they hate. It seems that xoxo is too full of plain old haters that can only say stuff on a message board since they are too pu$$y to say anything in real life cause they will get their a$$es kicked.

I'm glad most people on here post to help people, with even the negative posts meant to clarify on misinterpretations of individuals.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Going to W&L and practicing in Cali
« on: April 13, 2005, 10:50:50 PM »
Has anyone, or does anyone know someone, who went to Washington and Lee for their JD, and ended up coming back to CA to practice. I sent in my deposit yesterday, but i'm just afraid i'm going to be pigeonholed into working in DC/VA area after i graduate. And when I say working in CA...i mean working in CA biglaw making the bucks...not some 80k a year job.

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Ill be there from Friday til Sunday if you want to get drunk with me. Its fun.

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Choosing the Right Law School / WashU: and the endless mailers
« on: December 28, 2004, 07:11:47 PM »
I applied ED to WashU back in October. And it seems that since then they have sent me:

-a letters to confirm
-like 5 emails as invites to forums and chats
-a letter for an open house invite
-a letter to say 'happy holidays'
-a letter for a moot court invite
-a bragging letter

I love the attention and give them props for it and their interest in applicants, but there is one thing...I haven't been accepted or denied! Its going to be funny if they do this for all kids...getting their hopes up, then sending them a denial the next day. Or maybe they think i was already accepted and i lost that letter some how...who knows.

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Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / UCLA and Westside review
« on: December 18, 2004, 01:38:18 AM »
First off some background: I live in Beverly Hills (about 3 miles from campus); went to UCLA for 4 years undergrad, raised in LA, OC, and SD...i am a so cal whore. I am telling those that arent from Cali about what LA is like...to be specific, the Westside. Cause West LA is a whole lot different than say; the bay area or SD or OC or even other parts of LA (something out of staters often don't get)

The school is super diverse. Politically it is a moderate school...with the wings thinking it is too opposite their view. Mostly politically apathetic though. Racially its about 60 percent white, 30 percent asian, and the rest latino. If you are used to black people, its going to be a hell of a culture shock. Looks matter so kids take care of themselves. The gym is always packed! since it s a big school you can find groups of peeps for all your cliques, you got the greeks, the athletes, the artsy people, the comp sci kids, etc etc. ITS FLIPPING HUGE...and often the red tape shows it.

The area is hella nice. North is Bel Air Estates, South is Westwood, West is Brentwood/Santa Monica, and East is Beverly Hills/Holmby Hills. Girls can walk around at all times alone and homeless people are usually chill.

You will get used to seeing nice cars and flashy greaseball guys. you will always end up buying groceries or some other stuff next to someone famous...or you will see them running their dog or something...you get over it fast.

There is too much to type...ahhhh!!! If anyone wants more info on LA or SD schools...just let me know.

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