The best part about UNLV is that the casinos comp tuition I've been accepted to UNLV but have decided not to attend and I did do a little research on UNLV. First, I understand (this is mostly coming from UNLV and people in the area) that the school is getting great support from local law firms. Second, Nevada law is very different from other parts of the country so if you want to practice in Nevada then UNLV is a great choice. Third, Las Vegas is growing crazy fast so you probably will have a lot of opportunities in the area. Also, UNLV is giving out a lot of money to attract good people; I got good money despite the fact that I'm not a stellar candidate (LSAT 164, UGPA 3.45). Finally, the idea of living is Las-Vegas may seem a little crazy.. like the depictions on TV. But I belive that you can get any life-style you want there. I have an uncle living in LV (a radiologist who could practice anywhere) who is a very conservative LDS (Mormon). He has raised all of his kids in LV and loves the area, and will probably stay there forever. Anyway, I think UNLV is a great option, primarily if you want to practice in Nevada.Good Luck,Joe
Well, I got into Boyd today, with Money. Considering their already cheap ass tution (14k for out of state), I am looking at about 60k total in debt by graduation. The other schools I am considering- ASU and USD, will both cost me almost twice that. So what do you guys think? Do I take the money at Boyd, or do I remain on the ASU or USD bandwagon?