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Postby Iceman389 » Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:34 pm

So I would really love to be an ADA in one of the NYC boroughs when I graduate from law school. I understand that Manhattan is crazy hard to get into so I am mainly hoping for either Queens (1) or the Bronx (2) Based on how my cycle is going currently, the schools from region that I will choose from will be R-N, St. Johns and Hofstra. I'm going to assume that St. Johns has quality connections to the Queens D.A. given that fact that its in Queens and Hofstra would have at least some connections since its right on the Nassau County/Queens border and I'm getting at least a decent scholarship there. I know Rutgers would have the least connections but I'm an NJ resident and it would be a lot cheaper to go there because of the instate tuition. What are people's thoughts on these schools for my goal and maybe a little cost-benefit analysis? Thanks in advance


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