Real Madrid wrote:
organic muskrat wrote:
The tuition at the UC will continue to rise significantly into the future; be sure to factor that in too.
While that is a concern for many, it is by no means an established fact, so please do not present it as such.
It's not an established fact, but it should be a concern for anyone considering attending a UC school... That said, the largest tuition increase concern comes from Berkeley, UCLA seems to be less reliant on funding from the UC system for whatever reason and thus its on more solid financial footing.
To OP, I would probably choose Texas here, there are plenty of biotech companies in Texas and one of the US district courts in Texas (Eastern District?) is pretty much the patent prosecution capital of the world... It's really hard to do entertainment law, especially if you don't already have connections in the industry (many people leave entertainment industry jobs and go to UCLA) and if you want to be an agent there is absolutely no reason to waste $200k on a law degree. You will still have to work your way up from the mailroom/assistant ranks with very little pay to succeed in that field.