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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: MSU vs Wayne State
« on: March 01, 2006, 05:15:28 PM »
Id like to hear people's thoughts on Toledo vs. Wayne. I think I could transfer to Wayne from Toledo without a problem and I am considering it. Tuition would be about the same, but if I went to Wayne I could live at home and save some money. Toledo was in the second tier after Wayne fell out, but they are pretty comparable....I think. It appears that Toledo places in Michigan better than Wayne places in Ohio, but Im basing that on nothing very substantive. If true, it probably has a lot (or everything) to do with toledo offering in state tuition to Michigan counties. The faculty at Toledo so far has been amazing and Im doing fairly well so Im not sure if it would be worth transfering just to save 15k over 2 years, but I will continue to play with the thought.

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Having a car in AA is absolutely unnecessary. I was there four years and never needed one. If you are in law school, it is even less necessary. Plus there is nowhere to park if you live in their housing.

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I think Houston is the 4th biggest city in America, fwiw.

Didn't know that! although I doubt it is top 4 in the "legal market"

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Hospice nurses without a single doubt.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: MSU vs Wayne State
« on: March 01, 2006, 01:27:47 AM »
Id like to hear people's thoughts on Toledo vs. Wayne. I think I could transfer to Wayne from Toledo without a problem and I am considering it. Tuition would be about the same, but if I went to Wayne I could live at home and save some money. Toledo was in the second tier after Wayne fell out, but they are pretty comparable....I think. It appears that Toledo places in Michigan better than Wayne places in Ohio, but Im basing that on nothing very substantive. If true, it probably has a lot (or everything) to do with toledo offering in state tuition to Michigan counties. The faculty at Toledo so far has been amazing and Im doing fairly well so Im not sure if it would be worth transfering just to save 15k over 2 years, but I will continue to play with the thought.

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Im not sure how this would be determined, but I would like to see an expansive list. A quick google search turned up little.

Obviously a list would look at number of attorneys, but there are lots of intagibles that could make "smaller" markets easily compete with a city like DC. A friend was telling me that Houston has one of the largest legal markets in the country. I think he said it was top five. At first, I thought that seemed crazy and then the more I thought about it, I could come up with a whole host of reasons why that could be possible.

I'd also like to see where cities in the 200,000-800,000 population rank.

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OSU's law school, like every other aspect of the University, is decent but still far inferior to Michigan.

Go Blue.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Certificates in Law school
« on: February 28, 2006, 12:02:55 AM »
Im considering getting a homeland security certificate so if I have trouble getting a job in a firm, Ill have something that looks good to the government.

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Law School Admissions / Re: I think I just told a school off...
« on: February 27, 2006, 07:51:20 PM »
If you are hot I think you should reconsider coming to Toledo. We need more girls that get reckless after a few drinks.

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For anyone interested, these are the resumes of the final four candidates for the Dean position:

http://utlaw.edu/deansearch/index.htm

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