aryathegreat wrote: Curry wrote:
aryathegreat wrote:As of now, no aid from either school so Im going to make my decision based on other factors. It looks like UCLA has some slight advantages to USC, all else being equal. Like I mentioned, the larger class size at UCLA makes me think that there is more competitiveness within students for internships/jobs/grades than USC. Thoughts?
Both schools are going to be competitive for jobs and grades.
Thats of course going to be true of two top law schools, but I just wanted to see if UCLA had a competitive nature that was too cutthroat, i.e. felt more like fighting other students than succeeding together.
I know dozens of UCLA Law kids (who now graduated). Competitive and cut-throat is the opposite of what they described their law school experience as. That may be more true of USC. UCLA has a laid-back atmosphere.
Don't trust me, though. Go to the law school and ask the kids in the law library, I guarantee you they will say the same thing.