Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

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Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby Malta93 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:41 pm

I have recently got admitted to both Moritz Law and Indiana Bloomington and I cannot decide what to choose. Those two schools were on the top of my list and I am basing my final decision on these two schools. Please consider the following:

1) Money is not an issue.
2) I have already a job with my current employer given that I pass law school and any state bar.
3) My background is engineering (Do not know if this would help).
4) My wife will be accompanying me during law school (Do not know if this is a factor either).

Thanks,

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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby AJordan » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:52 pm

Do you want to work in Indiana or Ohio?
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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby cavalier1138 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:59 pm

Yeah, I don't know what kind of input you want.

If money really isn't an issue, and you're guaranteed employment after school, then what do you want to know? You're basically taking a very expensive three-year vacation, so pick the location you want to spend that time in.

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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby Mikey » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:07 pm

Are you in-state for either of them? If so, go to the one you are in-state for, since in-state tuition at both is cheaper than out of state. I know costs are not an issue, but if you're paying out of pocket then yeah..

If you're not in-state for any, and you truly have a job lined up 100%, then go to whichever you think you would be happier at.
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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby UVA2B » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:09 pm

Since you’re picking for non-cost and outcome reasons, football will be better at Moritz, so go there.

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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby icechicken » Sun Jan 14, 2018 11:37 pm

UVA2B wrote:Since you’re picking for non-cost and outcome reasons, football will be better at Moritz, so go there.


Better if you like crushing disappointment, maybe.

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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby floatie » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:24 am

Fortunately, you have the two main factors (job and money) resolved, so I would pick based on fit. Both schools offer great programs regionally and are strong schools within their respective regions. Personally (having lived in both Columbus and Bloomington) I think Columbus is a way more exciting place to live and you might have more exciting opportunities being in a state capitol, rather than a sleepy college town. Visit both schools during Admitted Students' Day and see which one you like better - given your situation I don't think you could pick wrong.

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Re: Moritz Law vs Indiana Bloomington

Postby sev » Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:36 pm

floatie wrote:Fortunately, you have the two main factors (job and money) resolved, so I would pick based on fit. Both schools offer great programs regionally and are strong schools within their respective regions. Personally (having lived in both Columbus and Bloomington) I think Columbus is a way more exciting place to live and you might have more exciting opportunities being in a state capitol, rather than a sleepy college town. Visit both schools during Admitted Students' Day and see which one you like better - given your situation I don't think you could pick wrong.

Seconding. Columbus as a city is an exciting and up-and-coming place.

The law school itself is a little drab but the city is worthwhile.



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