I got into BU and GW and I'm having trouble deciding which to attend. My COA is the same for both. I spent 4 years ib Boston for undergrad and would like to go to DC for law school. I worked in Boston so I have those connections but I have family friends in DC. Both schools have changed rankings and while BU is on top this year I know that might change in the future. I am interested in doing employment or immigration law but that isn't set on stone. Anyone mind sharing their experiences? I got waitlisted at Georgetown and Northwestern so if I get into either if them that's the one I'll attend. I just want to know which school to put my deposit into since the deadline is coming up, just in case both reject me.
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- Dr. Nefario
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When you say employment/immigration, do you have a reference point for that? Biglaw employer side/corporate immigration work or employee side/PI immigration work? This in addition to the estimated COA/scholarships and where you want to work will be important.
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