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It would help to know a little about your goals. Suffolk is certainly the "safe" option, although you will run into some amount of debt with COL in Boston. I hear that Sufflolk is "well respected" in the Boston area, but it has a HUGE class, and there are not that many jobs, since t-14, BU, BC, Northeastern, etc. place ahead of Suffolk for high paying positions. Let us know about your goals so we can give you some better advice.
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I'm not really interested in 'big law' or anything like that, not like i'd have a shot anyways. I'm more interested in governmet work or immigration law or something along those lines...not sure if that narrows it down at all or provides some more help
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Ghenghis Khan wrote:The stipulations for the suffolk scholly is to maintain a 3.0 gpa. And unfortunately I didn't apply to temple, kind of regret it now.
And just so you know, Suffolk uses a 3.0 curve. So your scholarship basically translates into a top 50% scholarship.
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