Is anyone thinking about applying to USD for next year? What are your thoughts? Is it worth it?I currently reside in Denver, Colorado and USD is my second choice after DU but I haven't read many reviews regarding it here.I know it is located in a smaller town but I believe for me it would be a benefit since I would concentrate on my studies. Besides, tuition and living expenses are cheaper than in other towns. Other than that, I am not sure what other benefits USD offers. Would I be able to find a job in Colorado after passing the Bar?
Thank you very much for the replies. I am actually thinking about applying to DU and SD is my next choice if I don't get accepted to DU. To tell you the truth I have no clue where I would practice. I live in Denver but if there are better prospects in SD, I am willing to relocate. The tuition is also much cheaper than DU. I will definitely do more research and find out a bit more about the school.
Thank you Legalized.I recently moved to Denver from Toronto and I live in a smaller town a bit outside of Denver. In the beginning it was rather difficult to get used to a smaller town but I absolutely love it. That is the reason why I would like to chose smaller towns versus bigger towns in California or New York.I am interested in criminal law but the problem is that I do not have much experience in the legal field, therefore I am not sure if that is the field that I would like to get into after I graduate from Law School. After I take the LSAT I am planning on visiting the school in order to get a better idea. Right now I am solely concentrating on getting a good score.
When I saw this thread, I immediately started to laugh. Employer: "well, I see we have more applications today. This one is interesting, nice, nice, nice, college of law... SOUTH DAKOTA!!! LMFAO!!!" That is exactly what an employer would do when seeing such a resume. Do yourself a favor and go to another University like Chicago, or something within the top 300.
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