« on: April 05, 2005, 12:10:06 AM »
you should keep in mind one thing about bc: it's not 'really' in boston. it's in newton... it's in a very suburban area. and if you live away from boston rather than towards it, your rent is lower and you're surrounded by trees and nice areas to jog/play frisbee... basically, BC is not like BU. also, BC seems like a very small and nice community. the law school has its own campus with relatively small classes. each section has about 85 people in it; people who you will get to know very well.
that being said, 60k is a ton of money and it's a tough choice. if you want to work in boston, it's no choice at all. but if you are thinking of dc, chicago, ny, etc. and you can end up in the top 10% of your class (be it at bc or wl) you'll be all set to find a great job.
you should che3ck out their websites and see where recent grads have gotten jobs. guaranteed both lists will be impressive... just one question for you: why not GW??