« on: March 27, 2005, 08:06:01 AM »
The interest rate on the Stafford loan is variable and gets reset annually, but when you consolidate them after law school, then you can switch to a fixed rate. I believe private loans are variable as well.
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Decisions ... Decisions. For all intents and purposes, I'd love to attend Catholic... it's the best option for communications law. I just have to figure out a way to afford to do it and move my wife and 2 kids to a SAFE/REASONABLE area around DC.
If nothing else you can go work at the patent office.
I'm not.. I was saying that I envy you for having a home with a decent mortgage payment in the DC metro area..but I don't envy you regarding going to law school..I wouldn't want to do that again...sorry for the mix-up
I commuted from Columbia to GW and the commute into the city wasn't that bad by car if you had 8 Am courses..
rhapsody, where will you be commuting from??
In addition, I do not want to sacrifice my marriage for a JD.