Quote from: hello_world on June 10, 2007, 11:00:09 PMI think your career prospects are better coming out of Miami. Brooklyn has to compete against cardozo, NYU, Fordham. Miami is mainly against UF and FSU. this is true. but while the competition there is greater, there are more jobs. i think my chances of living comfortably in miami are greater. like i can have the same salary--maybe 70-75k, but that money in miami goes much farther.
I think your career prospects are better coming out of Miami. Brooklyn has to compete against cardozo, NYU, Fordham. Miami is mainly against UF and FSU.
donvito,r u from brazil, or are your parents? my wife's a 'zilian, and we've been a bunch of times... i just find it funny that a brazilian would complain about humidity (or not so much complain as to mention at all). just an abservation leading to a query...i'd go miami. big fish in a big pond, instead of mid-sized mackeral in an ocean. also, the obvious latin american connections don't need to be stated. from what i've seen and read, and this will have to be anecdotal as I can't recall sources to cite, miami is the city ranking third in 'most international law practiced in it,' after NYC and LA. take from that what you wish (if anything)...best of luck. hopefully i see you at miami.
i'll just have to see for myself. i actually found a reasonably priced ticket to NYC that leaves tomorrow and i've arranged some tours. i just have to talk to these people face to face to get an idea.