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msh342 wrote:I've gotten into Tulane, Brooklyn and St. Johns with money.
It depends where you want to live and practice. The New York bar is the hardest in the nation, but if you're cool with that Brooklyn is an amazing place.
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msh342 wrote:I've lived in New York my whole life and went to NYU undergrad. I want to be able to come back if necessary.
These are both regional schools, so you'll be mainly limited to their respective cities/regions. Just how necessary is it that you return to NYC? If that's a huge goal for you, then take Brooklyn even with the significantly higher cost of living. However, if you'd simply like to find the best job possible, go with Tulane. It places much better in its region than Brooklyn does in the saturated NYC market.
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