BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

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BC vs. UT

BC (22K/year)
16
55%
UT (OOS 1L, instate 2L, 3L)
13
45%
 
Total votes: 29

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philosoraptor
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Re: BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

Postby philosoraptor » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:17 pm

What makes you think you're going to get in-state tuition after 1L at UT?

You can get East Coast biglaw from UT, but you need serious ties. At these prices, not worth it.

ls23
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Re: BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

Postby ls23 » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:56 pm

Jarndyce&Jarndyce wrote:I'd bet buttons to dollars you're not getting In-State. It's a lot harder than you'd think. Plus with your attitude about not wanting to work in Texas, people are going to be wondering what you're doing there. Go to BC.


If I own a condo for a full year that would count as residency under Texas laws, so why would it make it so hard to get instate when its in accordance with their rules of residency?

BeenDidThat
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Re: BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

Postby BeenDidThat » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:39 pm

BigZuck wrote:
BeenDidThat wrote:
dissonance1848 wrote:66k scholly for BC is not enough.... UT ain't worth it unless you are from there.

Classic retake and reapply situation.

Go forth and prosper...


Classic didn't read the OP situation.

Go away.



The OP asked this question on toplawschools.com. And that is good advice. If they wanted bad advice then they should have gone and asked their uncle or brother-in-law.


Cool story asshole. The OP asked a question. The OP did not ask for pontifications. Get the distinction? Or are you a little slow to be "on toplawschools.com?"

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philosoraptor
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Re: BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

Postby philosoraptor » Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:04 pm

ls23 wrote:
Jarndyce&Jarndyce wrote:I'd bet buttons to dollars you're not getting In-State. It's a lot harder than you'd think. Plus with your attitude about not wanting to work in Texas, people are going to be wondering what you're doing there. Go to BC.


If I own a condo for a full year that would count as residency under Texas laws, so why would it make it so hard to get instate when its in accordance with their rules of residency?
This will probably work, but buying a condo just for law school, especially when you aren't 100% set on staying in Austin, seems to be an extremely expensive way to get the resident tuition discount.

BigZuck
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Re: BC($) vs. UT(sticker)

Postby BigZuck » Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:12 pm

BeenDidThat wrote:
BigZuck wrote:
BeenDidThat wrote:
dissonance1848 wrote:66k scholly for BC is not enough.... UT ain't worth it unless you are from there.

Classic retake and reapply situation.

Go forth and prosper...


Classic didn't read the OP situation.

Go away.



The OP asked this question on toplawschools.com. And that is good advice. If they wanted bad advice then they should have gone and asked their uncle or brother-in-law.


Cool story asshole. The OP asked a question. The OP did not ask for pontifications. Get the distinction? Or are you a little slow to be "on toplawschools.com?"


Cool




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