Wow, I'm thinking OP's trolling. I wouldnt even know where to start on the first question. If you're seriously eliminating schools from consideration over your dislike of their name, just don't go to school at all. I'd hate to see you thrown out of court for mocking a judge's name or alma mater one day, that'd just be a shame.
I just want to have pride in myself and graduate from a school that has a name I can feel good having on my degree.
Have you seen most of the 0L posters here? MOST of them think the same way(they just use USNews as their excuse to say the EXACT same thing)If the poster wants to know which piper most people tend to follow, I'd recommend reader their articles. Most people would go to Sheol if they published it as #1.
What is your opinion of the University of Kentucky? I use this as my own arbitrary cut-off at roughly rank #60.Are there any advantages to looking at top Canadian schools? Are there benefits in the financial aid system for an American student?Even if only being a small help, is there an advantage to go to the law school of the university you graduated from? For instance a University of New Mexico graduate going to UNM's law school?On an unrelated note, is anyone aware of a free Windows graphing utility to plot functions on a 2Dcoordinate plane?What is the process for selection for Law Review?