If some years in big law are "inevitable," then should stay clear of CU or UTAH. You'd have to have killer grades and then do a lot of your own legwork to secure biglaw. People do it every year, but what is the point of going to CU-Boulder in the first place if you are just going to hang out in the library?
Sorry, missed where you wanted to go to the next lvl of schools. Yeah Berkeley sounds good. Maybe you will get lucky and get into Stanford.
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The guy who took these photos was a grad student and/or works at Michigan:
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jne381 wrote:The guy who took these photos was a grad student and/or works at Michigan:
Most of those spots are really far from A2. Hell, Chicago is closer to A2 than most of those destinations
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