The age-old question: does size matter?

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lionLawyer
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The age-old question: does size matter?

Postby lionLawyer » Mon Apr 02, 2012 3:44 pm

Despite being self-confident in my personal endowment, I'm wondering about how much size matters for law school. I'm looking at UCLA, UC Irvine, and Georgetown. My biggest concern about GULC is their size; ~ 600 people in each incoming class. UCLA is ~ 300, and Irvine is ~ 100. I've heard that a lot of people at GULC aren't happy, and that part of that is class size, section size, competition for resources, etc. Any current GULC students want to attest to that? Anybody else have any input? Irvine pushes their small class size A LOT, but what do people think about UCLA's? Thanks for the input!

lionLawyer
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Re: The age-old question: does size matter?

Postby lionLawyer » Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:38 pm

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Re: The age-old question: does size matter?

Postby fanmingrui » Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:51 pm

Current GULC 1L here. I love Georgetown. The bloodbath you describe is the opposite of my experience. My section is great, and there's no sense of overt competition or hostility.




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