Denver ($$) vs. Colorado vs. Pitt ($)

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Where do I go?

Pitt (14k/year scholly)
Denver (25k/year scholly)
Colorado (assuming I get in)
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Re: Denver ($$) vs. Colorado vs. Pitt ($)

Postby Adrian Yale » Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:43 pm

Snape wrote:This title alone suggests your really dont know what you want, where you want to do it, or if law school is the right choice.

Let me get this straight:

So Pitt, Colorado, and Denver are not options if I want to work in Pittsburgh, the Mountain West, or Colorado, respectively? Keep in mind that I stated an eventual move back to Michigan is a possibility.

Even though working for the federal gov't is a small possibility, do you realize that Denver has the most significant federal footprint outside of DC? It's certainly a possibility unless you have some grand data bank which shows the agencies avoiding the local schools...

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Re: Denver ($$) vs. Colorado vs. Pitt ($)

Postby BarbellDreams » Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:15 pm

Go to Colorado if you're interested in working in CO. Go to Pitt if you wanna work at Pitt. This issue is simple.


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Re: Denver ($$) vs. Colorado vs. Pitt ($)

Postby BeautifulSW » Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:39 pm

Based, as I said above, on the numbers of DU grads who come here because they can't find work in Colorado, I think TLS's observations are pretty accurate.

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