I'm pretty sure I will be going to Duquesne this fall. The rest of the law schools I applied to seem to have decided to wait to send me my wonderful little rejection letters. But I am also going to live on campus. Coming from New Jersey, I know nothing about the Pittsburgh area and don't think I will be able to put the time in to finding a decent apartment and the status of my car is also up in the air as my lease expires in December.I noticed that Duq doesnt offer graduate on campus housing strictly for law students and seeing as only 8 - 10 do live on campus I understand why. But, I live in a house now as an undergrad with a couple graduate students and I swear they have a lot less work and party a hell of a lot harder than I do. Was this a problem for you, as I'm sure law school is much more demanding on time than other graduate degrees?