Awesome! Sounds good so far. I was a bit confused when you said most law students attend f-ball games if they win the lottery..what does this mean? Just a slang or something I'm missing?
What! That is unlawful! You should sue them, you are obviously a student and are guaranteed the normal rights that any regularly matriculated student has. UMich law students attend football games any time they want, what is this discriminatory and untoward agenda UF has against its law students? If most go, how were you one who was precluded; what happened? Please describe..
I was joking and serious..a little bit of both..but you said most law/grad students easily attend f-ball games, right?
i'm pretty sure a higher percentage of grad students get them than undergrads.
Quote from: BigEast5 on January 08, 2010, 08:35:26 AMI was thinking about transferring to UF. Do you know any transfers? If so, how difficult/competitive was it for them? Thanks.That's a good question. I know of people who transferred, but they're "merely" people I have met maybe once or twice ever. Now that I think of it, two UF law students who transferred into UF, in fact, wrote a book about the transferring process that may (or may not) help you:http://www.law.ufl.edu/flalawonline/2009/08312009/transfer.shtml(I never read the book and don't really know them, so I cannot vouch for the book's accuracy.)
I was thinking about transferring to UF. Do you know any transfers? If so, how difficult/competitive was it for them? Thanks.