Wow, thank you for the feedback. I notice that you write in a lot on these forums, and I am sure a lot of people are appreciative. I do have one further question. The geographical region of one's school of choice seems to be important. It would seem that schools tend to be relative heavyweights in their surrounding region (although I would imagine a top 14 school is a heavyweight anywhere). That, coupled with the variances in each state's legal codes and bar exams seems to limit one's options for traveling. So my question is this, if I was to attend a law school in Arizona (ASU/UofA) would I have a difficult time branching out of the state during the course of my career? Because, to be frank, I don't want to live in Arizona (and I certainly don't want to live in the Phoenix metro area) for the rest of my life. However, I don't know exactly where I want to live, and I will most likely move to several different states (predominantly west coast) at different points. Thank you for any advice you may be able to provide!
Thanks again Jimmy. That was really helpful and I have a lot to think about. And Julie, your post simply blew me away - big thumbs up.
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