I am trying to decide among a few and waiting to hear from others where I've been waitlisted. I've already turned down the ones I know I wouldn't want to attend after all. So below is the list of the places I'm still considering. I'm still hearing to hear on financial aid.
American (got in less than a week after I applied!!)
U of Connecticut
Penn State (20k/yr.)
I am interested in international law (hence AU-WCL) but I am not planning a career in public interest law; my interest is more in trade and business. I am also interested in other fields and am not committed to working only in international law. I'm from NYC and although I am not against leaving for a few years, I fully intend on living and practicing here in the long-term.
Because I'm aware of how saturated the market in NYC is, I'm trying to choose the highest ranked school I can attend. But I wonder if there is a real advantage to choosing American over (at this point) Connecticut or Brooklyn. Even though these are are more regional schools, they are in the region I want to work in. Any thoughts?
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