teh job market as a whole? or just for lawyers? as a whole i have no idea. the legal jobmarket seems to be alright though.
pros of case: the professors are great and incredibly accessible (every single one i've had has been willing to talk to people after class... our torts and crim professors would stay after class for up to an hour sometimes just answering questions)
the people are great. i love my classmates. i also like the administration, and career services actually seems to be on the ball.
there's a lot of extra help available, which is good. they have a program called AEP (academic enrichment program) where they take a couple of 2ls who had your profs last year and they have meetings once a week and answer your questions and stuff. a lot of people don't go to them, which is dumb, because it's free help, and it's pretty useful.
drawbacks - it's expensive. if you get scholarship money that does take some of the sting off. right now the library is pretty messed up because they're remodeling it. i thought that construction would be done this summer, but i was mistaken. it's going to be done in october. it is only bad during hte day. you've got to fight for a seat sometimes. at night it's alright though...
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edit: they're pretty good with money. it took me maybe 3-4 weeks to hear from them re: scholarships. i'm not sure where the hotel is... if you've got a car it shouldn't be a problem... the only thing i can say is mapquest the address and see.