I figured the cost would be roughly the same after scholarships, ND being a bit more expensive. I am most likely going to practice in Texas, but I want to keep my options open. I visted both and I felt that Tulane was a little more laid-back, New Orleans obviously more interesting than South Bend. which I liked. Anyone? PS Yes, I know not to make my decision based on what strangers say on the internet, but I'm just looking for a new perspective.
When I had my lunch with Notre Dame grads they said they had no problems getting work in Texas. They weren't really near the top of their class either. They were also of the opinion that ND grads were held in higher regard than SMU and UH grads were in their respective cities. How does Tulane do in TX.
Tulane all the way man. Texas (particularly Dallas and Houston) are noted as placed where Tulane sends a ton of grads. Plus as far as Nd, do you really want to deal with that "educating a different kind of lawyer" morality bullsh-t? Plus, the winters are dreadful in Southbend. NO is cool, nice eather, the school itself is laid back and has a great rep. Once you get out of the t-10, 22 vs 32vs 40 don't mean sh-t as far as those rankings. Are you brilliant? Great, finish in the top 1% at Tulane and then transfer to Yale. Just my 2 cents, but it's kind of the process I've used...
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