- Univ. of Iowa is ranked higher, but has far fewer (approximately half) the number of corporate law classes (which I want to specialize in)- Univ. of Iowa doesn't offer courses in Mergers and Acquisitions, which I am very much interested in and would like to work in this area after graduation.
Here's a clue: How about instead of looking a numbers in a magazine and asking feedback from other no nothing "soon to be 1L's" to make a decision that is going to define your career, you visit the schools, ask students and faculty questions, and make a friggin decision for yourself. Or are you incapable of independant decision making?
Dude, you're an annoying first year who has been dishing out advice about exams and black letter law since you first started posting here in December. If your male private part gets hard from pretending to be an omniscient authority on everything that is law school so that a few indecisive computer nerds thinks you're cool, more power to you. Where I come from those types of people are called losers . . . . and never get laid (hence your frequent posts)