Oh, I forgot to mentino this. AU Law has crappy food in the building. But it has a chicken out and a starbucks across the street. GW also has ben&jerrys, einstein bagels, wendys, and some other decent stuff on campus. You can also use your meal points at TGI Fridays.
on topic: i met kdg when she came to Emory. She is a sweetie and was too flattering of me in her thread about Emory. I'm a as$hole and we all know it.
I had an interview with Pace on Wednesday. It's a really nice place. White Plains is apparently the coutny seat of Westchester County, which is apparently the swankiest suburb or NYC. Apartments are therefore $1000 a month for a studio. It costs money to park in the mall parking lot ($2), so it's not a cheap area. The town is large and seems to have lots of bars/cafes to check out.The law school campus is by itself in White Plains, the undergrad is in Manhattan. There are about 10 buildings. The admin building is in an old church-style building with stained glass windows they bought from the Catholic boarding school next door. When I went in that building, it looks, inside, exactly like the interior (and exterior) of the old buildings at the University of Pennsylvania, which gives it a real sort of northeast "college" feel. Then they have two classroom buildings, one of which is very modern and new. There is the law building, housing a sizeable library and then a dorm which has room for like 150 students, double or single rooms available.There is a student life building, and then there are separate buildings for each of their law centers, like their land use center, environmental law center, etc. Those buildings were a decent size in and of themselves. It was quite a bit larger than lots of other law schools which only have one or two buildings, so that was the biggest surprise.There are a few parking lots and a parking deck, too. I parked in a lot and one of the professors offered me a ride back to the campus, so I got a real welcoming, friendly feeling from the people there right away. Students on campus said hi and were friendly as they passed by. The staff and students all seem pretty liberal, but that makes sense since the school is so focussed on the environment. They seem to take that pretty seriously, too; there were a few hybrid cars parked around campus.All in all a real positive vibe, very friendly and laid-back, and they really seemed to have their sh*t organized and together. I can send pictures I took with my cell phone if anyone is interested in this school and wants to see what the buildings looked like.