http://registrar.law.smu.edu/CourseSched.shtmAnd for the fellow thinking about going to OU over SMU...that would be a good decision.*PAUSENOT!
Quote from: goosenesque on June 07, 2007, 03:07:13 PMhttp://registrar.law.smu.edu/CourseSched.shtmAnd for the fellow thinking about going to OU over SMU...that would be a good decision.*PAUSENOT!thanks goose.i guess i forgive you for choosing uc davis over smu.i'm thinking about just buying a duplex within 15 minutes of the law school parking garage and just renting the other side out. found an older one on the east side of white rock lake.
I'd choose SMU no question.. Dallas isn't New York or LA but it's alot better than Oklahoma. Plus SMU is higher ranked and you'll have great opportunities at Dallas jobs with Dallas salaries - unless you want to stay in OK and know it, SMU does seem like a no-brainer. The minor increase in student loans are greatly offset by the greater earning potential. IMO, anyway.
For some of us, this is a great thing.
After letting it sink in, however, I think you're absolutely right. SMU feels more and more like a no-brainer.
Dallas, NYC or LA?