racie23 wrote:Hi!! glad to hear you enjoyed it! That was the same way I felt after the previous admit students day at UA. They really make you believe that you can succeed and they will make sure you do! Makes you feel all cozy inside lol.
What were your perceptions of Tucson itself as a place to live for 3 years? It is location that is killing me right now! NY and Portland are so much more riveting than Tucson but I want to make sure I get the most for my $ on an educational and employment standpoint.
If you want the most for your money, from an educational and employment standpoint, go to SCU. It will get you a job where you want to live. The other schools will not. Law school is not about living somewhere cool for a few years; it's a professional school, geared toward getting you a job.
Second place, UA, because it's at least tangentially close to your target market.
Third place, Brooklyn, because it somehow stays in business despite the tough NY legal market, which makes me think their graduates do, in fact, get jobs somewhere.
Bullet point: Don't go to a regional law school that's not in the region in which you want to practice.