IU v. UMN v. UGA v. ASU v. WUSTL

(Rankings, Profiles, Tuition, Student Life, . . . )

Which would you choose?

Indiana (3 year COA: $76k)
2
13%
Georgia ($89k)
2
13%
Arizona State ($108k)
4
25%
Minnesota ($113k)
2
13%
WashU ($130k)
6
38%
 
Total votes: 16

athenian
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IU v. UMN v. UGA v. ASU v. WUSTL

Postby athenian » Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:27 pm

I'm looking for a decent shot at big law although I won't die if I don't get it.

It may be a pipedream, but I want to wind up in California. I'm from the South, so I don't have personal connections, my fiancee is from SB and we'd love to wind up working out on the West Coast.

Minnesota and Indiana both mention that they have alumni networks out in California, but it seems like they might be stretching the truth to make themselves look more appealing.



FWIW, I'm still waiting on Davis, Hastings, Oregon, Colorado and Emory. I don't anticipate getting scholarship money from any of them (well, maybe Oregon... but they aren't super generous when it comes to cash).

I got rejected at Washington and my stats (2.9, 169) don't likely appeal to Berkely, UCLA or USC.

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RockyIII
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Re: IU v. UMN v. UGA v. ASU v. WUSTL

Postby RockyIII » Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:31 pm

None of the above? Wait until you hear back from UC-D and UC-H, but without significant scholarships I wouldn't take either

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Re: IU v. UMN v. UGA v. ASU v. WUSTL

Postby showNprove » Tue Mar 01, 2011 5:53 pm

If you want to work on the West Coast with no ties, move as far West as possible.




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