I'm out-of-state (PA, by way of Ohio). I can't wait to finally live in the PNW and enjoy Seattle. I'm definitely attending UW and my only remaining concern is living arrangements: where law students live, how to find roommates and a decent apartment that's close-by. any info would be great.Things I'm excited about: The gorgeous law facilitiesCheap(er) tuitionD-I and Pac-10 football (I come from a tiny liberal arts school)60% women in the law school? large undergraduate campus? ...Seattle reserve, good microbreweries, fresh seafood, eccentric peopleCascades, puget sound, pacific ocean, green winters, an amazing cityThe non-competitive atmosphere, small classes, good job prospects in PNWA university, law school, and city culture that I actually want to be a part of.
Nice, that all sounds great. Except maybe the 60% female thing, is that true?
Cascades, puget sound, pacific ocean, green gray winters, an amazing city
Quote from: OlderandWiser on April 21, 2008, 07:31:02 PMNice, that all sounds great. Except maybe the 60% female thing, is that true?Not quite 60%; it's 56.8% women according to their profile in the LSAC Official Guide. But it does seem to counter the general stereotype that law school = sausagefest.And that is just fine with me.
Okay, and a UW related question, any word on scholarships/financial aid? It looks like only one person on LSN has reported a scholarship, but it doesn't mean there aren't more out there already. I'm not really expecting one with my low GPA, but I'm curious.