So I am in Stanford purgatory, waiting to hear if they will bend the rules and let me in. Meanwhile, I've been contemplating: is there any real chance I will actually go to Stanford given that I have been accepted to Harvard? Somebody tell me why STanford is great, or why Stanford is not great.Keep in mind: I currently live in LA, will return to California after law school, and I have always lived in one part of CA or another... this translates to a complete and total hate for all things snowy and cold.
One comment in one of the guide books struck me as interesting..."Stanford is just close enough to San Fransisco that you think you will go there often, but just far enough that you actually wont."just food for thought.
After talking to some of the attorneys I work for, they've all said that Harvard will be better for me long term, that Stanford grads have an attitude problem that Harvard doesn't breed
Quote from: pnkldy on February 09, 2006, 11:58:09 AMAfter talking to some of the attorneys I work for, they've all said that Harvard will be better for me long term, that Stanford grads have an attitude problem that Harvard doesn't breedYeah... being expected to work 60 hours a week in a law firm after spending three years playing frisbee with your conlaw professor can do that to you...