I live way off campus, so these are just my observations.Living with other 1L's:The Good: You can carpool. Parking can be a problem, so a carpool pass really helps. Also, instant study group!The Bad: You already spend a LOT of time with these people, so if they are in your section there is the possibility that you might get sick of their faces. Still, I know a few groups of 1L guys who live together and it seems to work very well. Living alone:The Good: You have a lot of study time and your own space. You can get away from law school completely if you need to.The Bad: A little lonely, maybe. No carpooling for you!Depends on your personality.Living with your frat brothers:Just...no. You need to move on from undergrad. Meet new people. Also, there is the danger that you're going to get sucked into excessive partying and/or not make new friends at law school. Move on.If I were in your position, I would live with other 1L's in an apartment where you each have your own space (own rooms and bathrooms). Before last semester a lot of law students found their roommates on the UF law facebook group. I haven't heard of any major problems with 1L's living together.Good luck! I hope you stay at UF Law.
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