I interviewed with an in-house attorney here in Orange County. We expected the interview to last about 20 to 30 mins, instead it took over 2 hours! We had a lot to say and she reflected fondly on her NU experience, though she was different than most because she was married with a baby at the time and wasn't too keen on another Chicago winter so she spent her 3L here in So Cal at a local law school. She said the people there were very friendly and very intelligent and that she missed the great conversations they used to have each day at breakfast in the lounge. That made me really look forward to LS. I am really happy I got into NU because I love the location. I am looking forward to getting into some of my other choices but I am almost certain that I will consider Northwestern for a while, especially if money is offered, and I think I will attend the admitted students' weekend. From my research, Northwestern is a great school with some really interesting students who are the most laid back of any t-14 and who can probably give a lot of wisdom to younger students with little to no work experience. Plus, the location is amazing. Being in the most exclusive part of Chicago for law school is quite enticing (I love you U Chicago, please don't take this post as a slight to your magnificent Gothic campus!).