Do not go to a school with the intention of transferring to another school, you will be in for a huge disappointment. Since you are open to work in mid or large size firm anywhre in the country, I would suggest taking the money and go with IU-B. WashU is a better school, no doubt, but it ain't G'town or NYU.
Thank you for the input brightline. Yes, the Indiana scholarship does come with a string attached: I must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.I am curious about a couple things: - How does transferring into another school after the first year affect your chances of being a part of Law Review? I assume your only option for consideration would be to take part in the write-in competition (if there is one). Is this a correct assumption? - Also, does one significantly reduce one's opportunities for fruitful 2L and 3L job opportunities by transferring into another school at the end of first year?
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