Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

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Re: Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

Postby Rigo » Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:26 am

Another Cardozo vote here. Negotiate that up to a full ride (unless $52k is a full ride already?) and keep living expenses down for three years.

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Re: Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

Postby Mikey » Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:01 pm

Rigo wrote:Another Cardozo vote here. Negotiate that up to a full ride (unless $52k is a full ride already?) and keep living expenses down for three years.

I think dozo tuition is somewhere around 59k/yr.

OP, I agree, try and negotiate it up to a full ride!

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Re: Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

Postby timbs4339 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:50 pm

I would go back to Bklyn and see if they will match and remove stips, then back to Dozo and see if they will cover full. Either way, as long as OP really is not interested in biglaw (or biglaw-lite/midlaw) and is fine with probably making 45-60K post-graduation, then either of those two is a fine choice with Dozo having the edge.

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Re: Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

Postby Npret » Mon Feb 20, 2017 1:11 pm

Mikey wrote:
Rigo wrote:Another Cardozo vote here. Negotiate that up to a full ride (unless $52k is a full ride already?) and keep living expenses down for three years.

I think dozo tuition is somewhere around 59k/yr.

OP, I agree, try and negotiate it up to a full ride!


That Cardozo can get away with $58,000 in tuition and fees is criminal. Makes me furious.

OP: don't go to any school with a stipulation. They give those scholarships knowing enough people will lose them so they can fund the scholarships for the next class. The system is designed for students to lose their scholarships.

You should negotiate a full ride from Cardozo. I wouldn't pay them a dime.

What type of law career are you looking to have?

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Re: Advice: Cardozo v Brooklyn v St. John's v Rutgers

Postby tyrone_biggums23 » Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:55 pm

Rutgers is the highest ranked of all these schools....and tuition is half the price




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