[How is Manville/the other grad apartments?Manville is a good option because: 1) you get your own studio apartment, 2) it is conveniently located near food, theatres, bars, etc. 3) the amount you pay is equal to what you would pay for a non-university owned studio. The other grad apartments (Ida Jackson) are much closer to the law school, but you don't get as much for your money. You pay almost as much as you pay for Manville, but you share an apartment with as many as 5 other people. Granted, you have your own room, but you still have to share a kitchen, bathroom, etc. If you are willing to share ammenities, you can save yourself $300-$400 dollars a month and find a room in non-university owned house or apartment. Another option is the International House. On the downside, it is essentially a dorm (although law students have their own rooms). On the upside, it is literally right across the street from the law school.Blondie's or fat slice?[/bBlondie's.
LSN numbers on scholarships and financial aid is a bit unreliable. Is Boalt pretty generous when it comes to merit-based scholarships? Do they match awards from peer schools?
Quote from: Groundhog on September 26, 2006, 04:26:26 AMQuote from: DawnTinsley on September 25, 2006, 07:06:56 PMBlondie's or fat slice?Blondie's.Thank you! Good choice with the pizza, by the way. Wrong...and Marshawn agrees with me.http://proxy.espn.go.com/chat/chatESPN?event_id=12605
Quote from: DawnTinsley on September 25, 2006, 07:06:56 PMBlondie's or fat slice?Blondie's.Thank you! Good choice with the pizza, by the way.
Blondie's or fat slice?Blondie's.
True (in fact, I was there last weekend). But in Berkeley, the extra block to Fat Slice is worth it.
Can you get a BIGLAW job with all Ps?