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Haven't heard from Penn yet, nor have I heard about scholarship offers from Duke or Michigan. No real geographical preference (although I wouldn't mind escaping the northeast and midwest winters to which I've become accustomed ), and I know all three probably send grads all over. I'm wondering about quality of life, and whether there are noticeably better job prospects or quality of education at any one of the three over the others.
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coming from penn undergrad...i hear penn law students all have great quality of life. also, the upenn actually has a decent campus considering it's located in a city. i also love the city because it's manageable. I feel like i can explore every nook and cranny and actually consider the city my own. This is contrast to NYC where it's so big and busy that I feel like i could never have a complete grasp of it. If you have any questions about the campus or the city of philly i'd be glad to help you out