UGA- Tuition would be 10k a year
BC- Sticker (as of now, still in process of negotiating)
Any thoughts? I have my own opinions but I would like some outside input. I would like to be in the Northeast/ Mid-Atlantic after graduation so that would obviously lead me to choose BC but I'm concerned about debt if I dont receive any money. Are the risk and better employment stats worth the added debt?
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why is UGA an option if you want the northeast? Its all about how comfortable you are with risk - you dont get big law have fun paying off whatever ungodly number BC at sticker is. UGA you probably need to be top 25%ish to be competitive for biglaw, but the kicker is that if you miss that you could pay off the debt in less than half the time.
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I would like the Northeast/ Mid Atlantic but if it doesnt happen I will be fine with it, it is just the preferred geographic location. I am just trying to weigh debt versus employment. Obviously, at UGA you need to do extremely well to comete for biglaw, but what about BC? Is it top 40-50% that will get you similar opportunities?