Mich v Corn v UCLA v IU

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dilemma. hey at least they're good options...

Cornell 10K a year
Michigan Sticker
IU - Bloomington full tuition
UCLA - 15K a year
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Re: Mich v Corn v UCLA v IU

Postby World B. Free » Sat Jun 12, 2010 4:41 pm

I've never been a huge Big Ten guy, but I love Nebraska, so it's starting to grow on me!

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Re: Mich v Corn v UCLA v IU

Postby jm19 » Sat Jun 12, 2010 10:42 pm

I'm a fellow Hoosier (in both senses: from the state and an IU alum), and I chose Michigan. I am headed to UVA with not much interest in returning to Indiana, but I think you would be very, very well situated to make a return if you chose to. You clearly have ties to the area, as well as a great fondness for it. If you want BigLaw on the East Coast, IU is fairly unlikely to get you there. On the other hand, if you play your cards right with ties and a Michigan degree, I think a nice firm job in Indianapolis is very possible.

Good luck!


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Re: Mich v Corn v UCLA v IU

Postby blueprint87 » Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:07 am

If you want biglaw then the choice is easy....Michigan

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