There were several things that made me pick it. First, I am from Boston and I love the city. It's such an intellectual center, and such a great place to be a student. Second, they have a good rep with Boston lawyers; not as good as BU or BC, but certainly decent. I may try to transfer to BU or BC, but if I stay at Suffolk I'm confident I'll get a good job from there. Third, their building is newly renovated and gorgeious, and right in the center of downtown Boston next to the Common. Location just doesn't get any better than that.
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