Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

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BackToTheOldHouse
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Re: Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

Postby BackToTheOldHouse » Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:19 am

tl;dr

Go to Boulder, duh.

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Re: Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

Postby patrickd139 » Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:27 am

BackToTheOldHouse wrote:tl;dr

Go to Boulder, duh.

This post represents everything that is wrong with the on-topic forums right now.

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Cara
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Re: Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

Postby Cara » Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:43 am

Take the time you are currently wasting on considering things like which school has the better set of international law 3L subjects or which has the prettiest campus or whatever other 0L nonsense is currently filling your head and spend it studying for an LSAT retake.

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Re: Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

Postby caorco120 » Sun Apr 10, 2011 4:21 am

@patrickd139 yeah I was serious. No sarcasm there. After visiting pepperdine I was so upset that the actual core of the school impressed me because I knew it would be the right choice and I wouldn't be able to live in boulder. Malibu's quality of life isn't bad at all. I just wanted change.
Cara wrote:Take the time you are currently wasting on considering things like which school has the better set of international law 3L subjects or which has the prettiest campus or whatever other 0L nonsense is currently filling your head and spend it studying for an LSAT retake.

I'm completely happy with how I did on the LSAT and the schools I got into, thanks.

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Re: Pepperdine or CU Boulder???

Postby Lawquacious » Sun Apr 10, 2011 4:41 am

I think if you want to be in CA long-term then Pepperdine is TCR. Boulder is an awesome little city though IMO. But if you want to practice in CA, I think it doesn't make a lot of sense to go to a non-CA school unless it is a T10 school maybe). I disagree that where you go to school necessarily means you need to plan on being there forever, but it makes sense to go to a regional school in a region you would be most satisfied living long-term.




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