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What effect does the size of a school have on its value? Dean Richard Revesz at NYU ran with the "bigger is better" theme at ASW. What does that mean for schools like Stanford and Chicago on the one hand, and on the other Harvard, Georgetown, and NYU? How important is an alumni network? Are smaller schools constrained in their diversity/breadth of classes? Is a small, tightly-knit community preferable, or is the "small city" approach more dynamic? I'm curious to see TLS's opinions.
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Tom Joad wrote:t14fanboy wrote:This seems like a question you should ask here: http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewt ... 0&t=182028.
T14fanboy, let's be IRL friends at UVA.
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