Mich, Cornell, Duke or Vandy for DC Law?

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Re: Mich, Cornell, Duke or Vandy for DC Law?

Postby beachbum » Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:20 pm

RVP11 wrote:
beachbum wrote:If you hit 170, you can probably make it into UVA RD as a resident. If you're below 170, you're not getting in RD or ED. You're also going to need to hit at (or extremely close to) 170 to be competitive for many of the other schools on your list (Duke, Michigan, GULC, Cornell). Solution: hit 170. Attend UVA.

Then be top quarter of the class so you can have a fighting chance in DC. Easier said than done.

Agreed, but it's tough to bank on DC with this list of schools. UVA (or possibly Duke with a little cash) provides the best bang for the buck in regards to that market, while still providing a decent plan B (i.e. NY).

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Re: Mich, Cornell, Duke or Vandy for DC Law?

Postby Flustercluck » Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:21 pm

Given desire for DC Market, I'd figure UVA ED first, then give GW ED a shot. Full tution is nothing to sneeze at, and if deadset on this market, would likely be just as competitive as any of the other schools mentioned given proximity and regional rep...

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