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(which, of course, means they didn't read your post very well

which is disconcerting considering these are future lawyers--how about a third year devoted to more reading comprehension?  :D

this sh!t is good
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Just curious, I knew you were waiting on a few - the WL's must be a pain in the as$.  -good luck

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Almass do you know where you are headed yet?

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My vote is for Toledo, I am biased though.

does IU-Indy get enough snow for you?  I think the race would definately be between IU and Toledo, Capital is decent, but these two are better.  Have you visited both?  Flip a coin and test your feelings.

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I agree - good decision.

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In regards to Ann Arbor V. Chicago, Chicago blows it away.... but, Michigan is a much nicer state, and there is plenty to do outside Ann Arbor. I would pick Michigan because of the prestige factor as well, sure both schools are close, but in the eyes of most employers Michigan is superior. Also, Michigan would have a significant advantage for clerkships, public interest, and other specialties.

Still, I don't think you could go wrong with either school, if you really like Chicago go to NU.

Michigan's campus is also arguably the best in the US.
There are six Saturdays a year where Ann Arbor blows any city in the world away on sheer atmosphere.
And I've never heard anyone argue that Michigan had one of the greatest campuses in the US. It's nice, it's got some trees, nice buildings, seamless integration with the city, but I've never heard of anyone absolutely blown away by the campus, like some other places.

I should have been more clear, the campus is OK, the Law Quad is amazing.  In fact I think MSU's overall campus beats UofM, as do many others. 

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: What if...
« on: May 16, 2005, 11:13:37 PM »
I would find someone with an acceptance letter and if they have a form that accompanies the deposit, make a copy and send it as well.  There heads will spin in the admissions office.

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In regards to Ann Arbor V. Chicago, Chicago blows it away.... but, Michigan is a much nicer state, and there is plenty to do outside Ann Arbor.  I would pick Michigan because of the prestige factor as well, sure both schools are close, but in the eyes of most employers Michigan is superior.  Also, Michigan would have a significant advantage for clerkships, public interest, and other specialties. 

Still, I don't think you could go wrong with either school, if you really like Chicago go to NU.

Michigan's campus is also arguably the best in the US.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Ave Maria Standard of Living?
« on: May 12, 2005, 10:03:46 PM »
pedestrians have the right of way. get your head out of your ass.


http://www.rightofway.org/

is this little link a joke - WTF

If not you have no sense of humor, and I may run you over.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Ave Maria Standard of Living?
« on: May 12, 2005, 09:52:24 PM »
I go to (went to) Oakland University in Rochester, MI.  During fall semester I was visiting UofM for the Law School Forum, and the students ARE definately retarded.  At OU we wait for students to cross, but FU#K, at Michigan they just keep coming, FOREVER, no regard for the huge line of traffic they are holding up as they stroll around - F-ing BASTARDS!
I can't imagine dealing with those lame-asses every week (day).

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