Hmm... one thing I that I did like about visiting all of the schools I got into was getting to see their law buildings. It wasn't quite coincidence that the two schools it came down to had the two nicest ones in my opinion (but then, of course, they were 2 of the 3 highest I got into, so probably put the most money into it). And, indeed, there was a school that I wasn't feeling too keen on but wasn't ready to rule out... until I saw the building. The building itself is small part of it, but not a non-factor either.
Or... you could just save hundreds or thousands of dollars and take the online tour.
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emorystud2010 wrote:Hell yes
Hell no Unless the school is called Harvard, Yale or Stanford.
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I plan on attending a school I never visited, but I've been to the city it's in a bunch and know I like the area.
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