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I just want to throw in my 2 cents.  Despite the fact that Marshall is t4, it seems that their graduates have been able to make a very comfortable living for themselves post graduation.  I realize this is anecdotal, but I interned for several Marshall graduates this past summer in Chicago... and these individuals told me that after you lock up your first job, if you do well no one will care where you received your J.D. from. 

I would take up the offer from any Chicago school you are able to get accepted to, as there is ample opportunity for law practicioners in this area.

Law School Admissions / Re: tell me, tell me, tell me
« on: April 09, 2005, 07:19:22 PM »
The real issue here is not whether or not this action is ethical, but rather that this individual is not only drafting her OWN letter of recommendation but also asking others on how to write it.  She went as far as asking for "examples" of good passages to put in her own letter.

Now, I don't profess to be a genius, but it seems to me that this person will have some serious issues in law school.  

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: ATTENDING DEPAUL STUDENTS
« on: April 07, 2005, 11:51:03 PM »

I would bet money you were the kind of kid who went through college with no friends and enjoyed playing Magic The Gathering with your dorm's RA.  Get a life, enough said.

That sounds like a plan.  Although Bob did tell me that if I tried any funny stuff, like that, he would go to the admission offices of any schools I was waiting to hear from and say that he was my father.  Now I believe that we are all familiar with Bob's appearance and how he tends to scare little children and things of that nature.  He said he would tell an adcomm, "my son, dun gitted hisself real edjumacated in school.  So lit him in 'fore I pass gass."

Scary thought... I may stick to the real chewing tobacco.

Lane... I've ordered 12 cases of Bob's.  Bob told me it would take take about a year to complete the order and that I had to pay in chewing tabacco.  In any case, you have my bribe.

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: ATTENDING DEPAUL STUDENTS
« on: April 07, 2005, 05:07:48 PM »
Awesome, I sent in my deposit a couple days ago.  The feel of the school was indeed very warm, but what won me over was the attitude each of the students I have spoken with possessed.  They expressed to me that DePaul students, in general, worked as a unit and were very interested in seeing their peers succeed on top of their own success. 

Plus the T-Shirt is amazing.. I wear it all the time.


In honor of this special moment in my life, I will donn my mascot outfit (beer dispensing helmet and He-Man boxers) and dance the robot to the tune of Chariots of Fire.

Hopefully this will bring luck to those of you who aren't in anywhere yet.

Has anyone applied for the Mascot position of the "In at Nowhere Club??" If not, I want to be your mascot.  I've been reading through this thread, and it has provided some much needed entertainment from selling appliances at Best Buy.  Yes, I really do sell appliances at Best Buy. 

My mascot dance moves include, but are not limited to, the robot, the running-man, the worm, the macarena, "vogue strike a pose," and the electric slide. 

I know I am in a school, but that is why I am only wishing to be the lowly mascot.. I also am willing to bribe the hierarchy in order to gain acceptance. 

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: ATTENDING DEPAUL STUDENTS
« on: April 07, 2005, 01:47:06 PM »
Yeah, I also enjoyed my visit to DePaul for the March admitted students day.  The assistant dean and professors I talked to were extremely personable and the students seemed to think highly of the school as well. 

Chicago also is definately the place to practice law.  I love the Daley Center and spent many of my lunch breaks just watching bench and jury trials throughout the building last summer while I interned at a law firm.  I am very excited for this August.

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / ATTENDING DEPAUL STUDENTS
« on: April 07, 2005, 12:17:03 PM »
Hey gang,

Just starting this thread to meet some of my fellow (95% sure I will attend) classmates for this upcomming year.  Feel free to share thoughts on why you all chose to attend DePaul.  I was attracted by the vast alumni network the school has established throughout the years... and also the nice cash offer they made. 

I feel that the school is really making strides to break into the second tier and will accomplish this goal before we graduate in '08.  Look forward to hearing from you future DePaul grads in this thread. 8)

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