framboozer wrote:johnnysweet wrote:Fred_McGriff wrote:TTT or TTTT might not be a bad idea in a big isolated state where they dominate the legal market, but it's almost always going to be a terrible idea in a major urban area with lots of competition. The Boston to DC corridor is the most population dense and competitive area in the US with dozens upon dozens of schools in the first and second tier. You certainly can succeed out of a TTT or TTTT but the odds of you doing so are a lot lower in that region than almost anywhere else in the US. If you're going to a TTT or TTTT, keep it someplace like Mississippi, South Carolina, Montana, Idaho, the Dakotas, or someplace else with big time local name recognition / community ties and small time outside competition.[/quote)
What about the fact that it is the only school in harrisburg, or even within a 2hr drive.
I mean it is the capital of one of the nations most populated states
But it's most definitely not the only school within a 2 hour drive of Harrisburg. I live outside of Northeast Philly and go to undergrad at Penn State University Park and both of Penn State's law school campuses (University Park and Carlisle) are within 2 hours of Harrisburg. Plus Philadelphia and all of its schools are also within 2 hours of Harrisburg.
Its the only school within capitol city limits though, which must be beneficial