Hey guys! Last year I turned to this website for a lot advice and support. My final choices were between GW, Georgetown, and Michigan Law, after absorbing a heartbreaking rejection from Columbia. I picked GULC (Georgetown University Law Center) largely because of Curriculum B (an alternative first-year curriculum offered exclusively at Georgetown). It was the best decision I've ever made in my life-- and though Columbia is an excellent school, I am so thankful CLS rejected my ED application. However, I'll admit, I chose Curriculum B largely on blind faith because it sounded cool... but, the descriptions were vague and I didn't feel I knew what I was actually jumping into. Thus, I was nervous about how this would end up altering my law school experience and employment prospects.
I am happy to take questions on anything related to the application process, choosing between schools, my experience at Georgetown, or Curriculum B. I don't pretend to be an expert in any way, just happy to share the perspective I've gleaned from making it through to the other side, and concluding my first semester.
Best wishes! And don't worry... even if it's stressful now, it really does work out.
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