Is anyone else stuck with the problem that they are unable to visit the schools that they applied to? Between work and school (and how I would pay for it), it looks like the only law school I'm going to be able to visit before I make my decision (and possibly before I move) is my undergrad institution. Is anyone else in this boat?If so, what kinds of things are you doing to make it easier to decide between schools? Is there a certain set of questions you are asking? I'm nervous because atmosphere means a lot to me, and I worry that my top choice, Chicago-Kent, might be too corporate-feeling for my taste. Any insight?[/quote Several of the schools I've been admitted to offer some form of travel assistance for their asw. Maybe if you could take a day or so off to go visit wherever you're leaning towards, you'll at least feel more confident in your decision.Otherwise you might contact someone in the admissions offices and ask if you can be connected with a current student at the law school. Or, even pose a question about a specific school here and see others impressions from their visits.