WM v. W&L v. UMD v. GMason

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cls08f
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WM v. W&L v. UMD v. GMason

Postby cls08f » Thu Feb 07, 2013 3:15 pm

I've been accepted to the following:
-William & Mary
-Washington & Lee, with scholarship
-University of Maryland, with scholarship
-George Mason


Please post with any information you have pertaining to these schools, i.e. why you chose one over the other(s), your likes/dislikes about the schools listed, etc. I think W&L is currently my top choice, but I'm not sure how I feel about the 3L practical program vs. a more traditional third year, and I have yet to receive scholarship letters from the other schools.

I'm grateful for your knowledge and opinions!

badnewsbears
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Re: WM v. W&L v. UMD v. GMason

Postby badnewsbears » Thu Feb 07, 2013 3:19 pm

My only input, is that I was accepted at UMD and GMason, and chose Mason. In-state, free housing, and better employment numbers made that choice clear. I don't know how much people care about programs, but I do, and I am really into the regulatory law track at Mason as well. Congrats on WM and W&L though.

nebula666
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Re: WM v. W&L v. UMD v. GMason

Postby nebula666 » Thu Feb 07, 2013 3:19 pm

please use the search function. there are probably 50 threads about this exact topic floating around.

timbs4339
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Re: WM v. W&L v. UMD v. GMason

Postby timbs4339 » Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:36 pm

badnewsbears wrote:My only input, is that I was accepted at UMD and GMason, and chose Mason. In-state, free housing, and better employment numbers made that choice clear. I don't know how much people care about programs, but I do, and I am really into the regulatory law track at Mason as well. Congrats on WM and W&L though.


Specialty programs are flame. Tracks are bigger flame. Especially regulatory law which is mostly biglaw and fedgov. Save your money.




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