Is bigger always better or size doesn't matter?

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justbubbles
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Is bigger always better or size doesn't matter?

Postby justbubbles » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:07 pm

Schools like NYU, H, GULC, etc. all have a large incoming class, but I imagine the divided sections are sized reasonably.

And schools like Y, S, NU and others are large schools but the law school class size is small and intimate.

When it comes to size (both for the law school and the parent institution as a whole) what are some not-so-obvious advantages vs. disadvantages?

Thanks

ran12
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Re: Is bigger always better or size doesn't matter?

Postby ran12 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:22 pm

justbubbles wrote:Schools like NYU, H, GULC, etc. all have a large incoming class, but I imagine the divided sections are sized reasonably.

And schools like Y, S, NU and others are large schools but the law school class size is small and intimate.

When it comes to size (both for the law school and the parent institution as a whole) what are some not-so-obvious advantages vs. disadvantages?

Thanks


One advantage would be more tail. One disadvantage is that all that tail could be a distraction from your studies.

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NZA
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Re: Is bigger always better or size doesn't matter?

Postby NZA » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:22 pm

Misleading thread title.

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Re: Is bigger always better or size doesn't matter?

Postby MrPapagiorgio » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:27 pm

NZA wrote:Misleading thread title.

+1. I was disappoint.




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