Top Party Schools

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby fear&loathingintexas » Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:07 pm

Not surprised that Baylor Law is at the bottom (though there are plenty of pretty people there, contrary to what Above The Law says). Waco is Texas's very own pit of Hell and the party scene for Baylor undergrads is mediocre too (Greek life is underwhelming there and there's no shortage of teetotaling evangelists).

Houston was more of a surprise considering they're in the 4th largest city in the country. I realize there's probably a significant number of non-traditionals and commuters but still.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby OneSixtySix » Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:41 am

BU ranked #79? Have these people ever been in the city of Boston?

Being neighbors with fenway park is definitely a buzzkill.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby SamSeaborn2016 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 4:06 am

This thread is crap but how the hell did Seattle get pegged as a party school? Seattle is awesome and all but nothing on the warm weather schools.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby BerkTownBoaltie » Fri Jul 23, 2010 4:51 am

Woo-hoo, Berkeley up on the list!

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby lawgirl333 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:21 pm

Penn

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby flyhigh_ » Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:35 am

How could people forget Texas? Longhorns and Austin!!! Awesome place to party!!!

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby clone22 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:56 am

BerkTownBoaltie wrote:Woo-hoo, Berkeley up on the list!

Seriously! Berk is leading the T14 for 2010, woo woo. So what's the social scene like at Boalt? Single males still a hot commodity over there?

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Autoaccept » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:39 am

UGA Law students have fun, as well.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Thirteen » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:46 pm

flyhigh_ wrote:How could people forget Texas? Longhorns and Austin!!! Awesome place to party!!!


Yep.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby FiveSermon » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:47 pm

legalease9 wrote:
mec30 wrote:Yale: Because even if you drop out, you still get big law...

+1

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby AreJay711 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 2:48 pm

OP, can you be in my section?

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby dreakol » Tue Feb 22, 2011 4:06 pm

NoJob wrote:
imbored25 wrote:Anyone have any ideas on what law schools party the hardest


You better enjoy the fun. Look back on it when you are a 100k+ in debt and have no job prospects other than as a doc reviewer or as my bartender.



Yes, because going out on the weekend = unemployment.

who invited this party pooper?

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby bearsfan1 » Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:15 am

D. H2Oman wrote:BYU


HA!

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby dans1006 » Sun Feb 27, 2011 7:04 am

dreakol wrote:
NoJob wrote:
imbored25 wrote:Anyone have any ideas on what law schools party the hardest


You better enjoy the fun. Look back on it when you are a 100k+ in debt and have no job prospects other than as a doc reviewer or as my bartender.



Yes, because going out on the weekend = unemployment.

who invited this party pooper?


No one apparently. Thats why he/she is being a d-bag.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby legalmindedfella » Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:11 pm

Worth noting that the field of "party law" is evolving, and rankings could fluctuate in the next few years as HYS try to steal away the leading scholars

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby boat343 » Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:37 pm

D. H2Oman wrote:BYU

Hahaha. This is a good one. A couple years ago UofA played BYU in the Las Vegas Bowl. The hotel scenes leading up to the game all week were hilarious. You had fans decked out in red and blue dancing on tables, pouring shots down each other's throats, girls screaming "UofAAAAA," and licking each other's faces... it was nuts! And, all the while, BYU fans are in the corner eating ice cream.

UofA probably beats asu out for top party school. Am I biased? Yes, I'm a Wildcat, and I cannot concede defeat to asu in anything. But, hear me out. UofA is smaller and Tucson is just not that big--everything is pretty central. I partied with the law students quite a bit; it seemed like the law school was kind of like a frat, in the sense that they all got along and attended the same parties, bars, and such--not in the sense that they were douche bags. It was a really awesome environment. Completely the opposite of what I heard people were like at law school, as far as cut-throat nature and all. I would imagine Phoenix being so big and all, everybody probably ends up doing there own thing and thinking they are too-cool-for-school. Just my opinion, though.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby boat343 » Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:42 pm

NoJob wrote:
imbored25 wrote:Anyone have any ideas on what law schools party the hardest


You better enjoy the fun. Look back on it when you are a 100k+ in debt and have no job prospects other than as a doc reviewer or as my bartender.


That same bartender will be going home with your chick because you will probably take her out and try to talk about work all night. Lighten up, dude...

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Sandro » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:29 am

isnt UGA this years USNWR #1 party school ?? /thread

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Cupidity » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:31 am

Boston University School of Law.

I know BU's undergrad isn't a party school. But our weekly bar reviews have copious free beer and 150+ students. It is insane.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby environmentallaw » Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:40 am

lawgirl333 wrote:Penn State


FTFY :)

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Bless » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:35 pm

Take it from me, FSU is the wildest party school and has the most beautiful women. Coincidentally, I had a friend at Penn State and a friend at Arizona State, and they both said that their schools couldn't even compare to FSU, which reaffirmed my assumption.

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It was an insane undergrad experience, but all of that is behind me 8).

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Alex-Trof » Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:53 pm

boat343 wrote:
D. H2Oman wrote:BYU

Hahaha. This is a good one. A couple years ago UofA played BYU in the Las Vegas Bowl. The hotel scenes leading up to the game all week were hilarious. You had fans decked out in red and blue dancing on tables, pouring shots down each other's throats, girls screaming "UofAAAAA," and licking each other's faces... it was nuts! And, all the while, BYU fans are in the corner eating ice cream.

UofA probably beats asu out for top party school. Am I biased? Yes, I'm a Wildcat, and I cannot concede defeat to asu in anything. But, hear me out. UofA is smaller and Tucson is just not that big--everything is pretty central. I partied with the law students quite a bit; it seemed like the law school was kind of like a frat, in the sense that they all got along and attended the same parties, bars, and such--not in the sense that they were douche bags. It was a really awesome environment. Completely the opposite of what I heard people were like at law school, as far as cut-throat nature and all. I would imagine Phoenix being so big and all, everybody probably ends up doing there own thing and thinking they are too-cool-for-school. Just my opinion, though.


IMO, Tucson sucks. Wanna see real parties? Drive for 2 hours to Old Town Scottsdale. The most beautiful women (outside of maybe LA and San Diego) go to clubs there. Besides it is actual nightlife, not just some hole-in-the-wall bars. If you like well dressed crowd, good music, and metropolitan atmosphere, forget about UofA and go to ASU.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby Alex-Trof » Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:56 pm

Bless wrote:Take it from me, FSU is the wildest party school and has the most beautiful women. Coincidentally, I had a friend at Penn State and a friend at Arizona State, and they both said that their schools couldn't even compare to FSU, which reaffirmed my assumption.

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It was an insane undergrad experience, but all of that is behind me 8).


Is your friend from ASU blind or didn't go to main campus? I am not saying ASU has much prettier girls than FSU, but they are definitely very comparable.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby mst » Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:22 pm

Alex-Trof wrote:Is your friend from ASU blind or didn't go to main campus? I am not saying ASU has much prettier girls than FSU, but they are definitely very comparable.


ASU beats it. Hands down. Ridiculously hot girls.

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Re: Top Party Schools

Postby cinephile » Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:41 pm

legalmindedfella wrote:Worth noting that the field of "party law" is evolving, and rankings could fluctuate in the next few years as HYS try to steal away the leading scholars


:P




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