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Slevin Kelevra 2011 wrote:So long as you understand that
1) UMN places well in a horrible market (no biglaw, mediocre midlaw, etc.) and 2) Cardozo places horribly in a great market (shot at biglaw is low even if you make law review, which you should imagine you won't).
OP, do you want to be a betta fish in the ocean, or a big fish in a lake?
Or how about:
OP,, do you wanna have an uphill battle with more debt or less debt?
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Thanks for the help, TLS posters. I ran numbers and realized Cardozo would have had to triple the scholly to meet even with UMN (which just wasn't going to reasonably happen) and thus declined their kind offer today.
Sad, really, because I really do love NYC. Maybe later in life. Que Sera Sera.
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