Tulane vs Arizona

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

Postby Monster1776 » Sat May 30, 2015 2:53 pm

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

Postby Kinky John » Sat May 30, 2015 2:53 pm

Monster1776 wrote:And nope, after discovering I actually received a full tuition scholarship it's just an absolute no-brainer now. With all of the opportunities available as soon as I get out regardless of the institution I receive a degree from it just makes sense to take the shortest path to practicing law. The fact there's no risk/cost now is just gravy.


Well, there is plenty of risk. Have you considered the possibility that you might get screwed? What's the plan if that opportunity is no longer available once you graduate?

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

Postby Kinky John » Sat May 30, 2015 3:24 pm

Monster1776 wrote:
Kinky John wrote:
Monster1776 wrote:And nope, after discovering I actually received a full tuition scholarship it's just an absolute no-brainer now. With all of the opportunities available as soon as I get out regardless of the institution I receive a degree from it just makes sense to take the shortest path to practicing law. The fact there's no risk/cost now is just gravy.


Well, there is plenty of risk. Have you considered the possibility that you might get screwed? What's the plan if that opportunity is no longer available once you graduate?


Trust me when I say I've looked at just about every single option from every single angle, and even then at every single point of reference of said angle; I didn't make the decision to actually try for law school until two years ago. The absolute worst case scenario (practicing law is not an option) is I pick up a coding gig on the west coast (before deciding law I was a coding junkie, still am as a hobby); which Arizona makes pretty convenient considering proximity physically. Reasonable worst case scenario which actually might be my best if it weren't for pride; go back home to work for family firm that already employs a few several associates and eventually take over the family business. Even if it somehow goes bankrupt and I'm forced to continue as a solo firm I'd still manage.

Honestly just the fact it gives me a reason to move to Arizona is enough alone, the only concern was tuition. With covered tuition it really is a no brainer. Appreciate the concern, but I can't even begin to explain how excited I am/pissed I didn't read my acceptance letter more closely; no one on here can bring me down from how I'm feeling no matter what they say.


So long as you realize that this sports law/big law stuff isn't going to happen, knock yourself out

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Re: Tulane vs Arizona

Postby Monster1776 » Sat May 30, 2015 3:26 pm

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