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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby OperaSoprano » Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:04 pm

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coolkatz321 wrote:
rayiner wrote:NYC draws a huge number of people from all over. So yeah, there are a lot of good looking people among them. However, if you leave aside the people who have only been there for a couple of years, and the various ethnic demographics (jews, italians, etc), what are you left with? Of course it's a picky distinction to make, but I just generally leave NYC and DC out of these discussions because the underlying nature of the populations makes it a somewhat "unfair" comparison.


Oh, now I've got you. I didn't realize you were counting Jews and Italians (and others) as "ethnic." They make up a pretty significant chunk of the population. Regardless, we can leave NYC out of the conversation.


No slight on Jews and Italians, obviously. They're good looking people! I was just talking about the Northeast in very general terms, and honestly, there is a reason why NYC looks so much better than, well, say the rest of the state of NY. :lol:


Haha, Ray! My classmates and I do everything we can to distract the Fordham boys, and now the Columbia boys, too, lol. Inter-caste flirting is dangerous, though. I'm not sure how I feel about such fraternization.

You've seen me, and I am about average for a Fordham girl. I have to remember to tone it down for class, because law students don't usually dress like fashion students. I am a flashier dresser than 90% of my classmates, who are by and large preppy/casual.

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Well, girls usually like douchey guys, and Duke won that title, so I'd go with Duke.
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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby observationalist » Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:31 pm

totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:

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Re: Best looking female students?

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observationalist wrote:
totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:


+1 on the further south you go the hotter the girls. The SEC is stacked...I go to Auburn and its ridiculous how many hot girls are here....

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby joshikousei » Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:22 pm

legends159 wrote:this thread fails to deliver without pictures


that

but uva, stanford, and the schools in nyc. for realz.

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Re: Best looking female students?

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odonnpj wrote:
observationalist wrote:
totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:


+1 on the further south you go the hotter the girls. The SEC is stacked...I go to Auburn and its ridiculous how many hot girls are here....


Doesn't the high levels of inbreeding offset that? (e.g. Lower Alabama)

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby observationalist » Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:59 pm

XxSpyKEx wrote:
odonnpj wrote:
observationalist wrote:
totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:


+1 on the further south you go the hotter the girls. The SEC is stacked...I go to Auburn and its ridiculous how many hot girls are here....


Doesn't the high levels of inbreeding offset that? (e.g. Lower Alabama)


Provincial stereotypes about a diverse geographical region aside, this thread is on law students, not the general population. Tennessee has one of the highest illiteracy rates and one of the worst obesity rates in the country but those rates don't reflect the student populations at Vandy, Fisk or any of the other universities. The only way it impacts us is by providing more opportunities to engage in social justice work through externships, clinical offerings, the Street Law program, etc.

And yeah, Auburn and law schools like Ole Miss and UGA certainly make the cut for appearances. Too bad they have a hard time pulling in students from other regions because of the job prospects. If Ole Miss law received a complete overhaul, significantly boosted its national rep and started placing graduates around the country I bed they'd suck a significant amount of talent away from schools that don't have anything approximating the Grove to experience on the weekends. We think this is what's happening with Vandy and why incoming students are now regularly touting higher numbers than at least one school in the historical T14, but I guess we'll need to see how it all plays out. Right now we're focused on what employment prospects are going to look like for my class... jenesaislaw pulled together some good stats on how 2L OCI went so I'm hoping he makes those public once all the callbacks are wrapped up. It would be great if we come out with relatively strong firm placement for their class... maybe it would make some folks from other parts of the country less inclined to think that the south is full of inbreds.

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby Always Credited » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:09 pm

XxSpyKEx wrote:
odonnpj wrote:
observationalist wrote:
totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:


+1 on the further south you go the hotter the girls. The SEC is stacked...I go to Auburn and its ridiculous how many hot girls are here....


Doesn't the high levels of inbreeding offset that? (e.g. Lower Alabama)


There is such a thing as "too far south"

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby coolkatz321 » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:12 pm

odonnpj wrote:
observationalist wrote:
totalidiot wrote:In the T14, UVA and Duke, I would think. In general, the further South, the more likely you are to find success. SEC=win.


Vanderbilt finally won a game this weekend! Though we're still defeated in the SEC.

Having transplanted from the northeast to the midsouth for law school I hold to the common theory that, in general, the further south you go the more attractive students get. Though in general I'd think most competitive schools will have all sorts of beautiful people... people disciplined enough to get the grades and scores required to attend these schools are probably better than most about keeping themselves in shape.

I still regularly gain some weight every winter though... the weather's much warmer than Boston but it does occasionally get down into the 30's and 40's so it's always nice to have a little buffer, and unfortunately my seasonal beard only covers so much. :shock:


+1 on the further south you go the hotter the girls. The SEC is stacked...I go to Auburn and its ridiculous how many hot girls are here....


Doesn't surprise me, but then again...the drop in intelligence level is pretty absurd too. Those hot southerners just really don't have the brains to keep up with their looks.

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby OperaSoprano » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:35 pm

observationalist wrote:
Provincial stereotypes about a diverse geographical region aside, this thread is on law students, not the general population. Tennessee has one of the highest illiteracy rates and one of the worst obesity rates in the country but those rates don't reflect the student populations at Vandy, Fisk or any of the other universities. The only way it impacts us is by providing more opportunities to engage in social justice work through externships, clinical offerings, the Street Law program, etc.

And yeah, Auburn and law schools like Ole Miss and UGA certainly make the cut for appearances. Too bad they have a hard time pulling in students from other regions because of the job prospects. If Ole Miss law received a complete overhaul, significantly boosted its national rep and started placing graduates around the country I bed they'd suck a significant amount of talent away from schools that don't have anything approximating the Grove to experience on the weekends. We think this is what's happening with Vandy and why incoming students are now regularly touting higher numbers than at least one school in the historical T14, but I guess we'll need to see how it all plays out. Right now we're focused on what employment prospects are going to look like for my class... jenesaislaw pulled together some good stats on how 2L OCI went so I'm hoping he makes those public once all the callbacks are wrapped up. It would be great if we come out with relatively strong firm placement for their class... maybe it would make some folks from other parts of the country less inclined to think that the south is full of inbreds.


None of this surprises me at all. Students in general are more attractive/better in shape than the over all population, and of course climate comes into play. Some of us are more paranoid than others, though. I'm not really happy that I shot up to 125 pounds (I'm almost 5' 8"). Too many Magnolia cupcakes, lol. I concur that southern students (at least the Virginians I knew) are very attractive.

Joshi is right about NYC students. At least one CLS girl I know looks like a model, as does my best friend here, a lovely Fordham MSW student. (The School of Social Service shares a building with us.) The South doesn't have a monopoly on pretty girls.

I am also reasonably pleased with the hotness of the male population here. The hottest boys go to HLS, IMO, but I was pleasantly surprised by the guys in my own classes. Lawcest is a horrible idea, though, and even a school this size is a small place when it comes to gossip. I'm not even sure how I feel about Fordham girls dating Columbians or NYU students. Fraught with peril, all of it. :lol:

Coolkatz: disagree, at least about the boys. All the UVA boys I know are as intelligent as they are cute, and Observationalist does a lovely job of representing Vandy in both respects. I also seriously doubt that girls who get into either school could lack brains. If you are talking about students at schools outside the T1, I'm not qualified to comment.

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby prezidentv8 » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:37 pm

OperaSoprano wrote:
observationalist wrote:
Provincial stereotypes about a diverse geographical region aside, this thread is on law students, not the general population. Tennessee has one of the highest illiteracy rates and one of the worst obesity rates in the country but those rates don't reflect the student populations at Vandy, Fisk or any of the other universities. The only way it impacts us is by providing more opportunities to engage in social justice work through externships, clinical offerings, the Street Law program, etc.

And yeah, Auburn and law schools like Ole Miss and UGA certainly make the cut for appearances. Too bad they have a hard time pulling in students from other regions because of the job prospects. If Ole Miss law received a complete overhaul, significantly boosted its national rep and started placing graduates around the country I bed they'd suck a significant amount of talent away from schools that don't have anything approximating the Grove to experience on the weekends. We think this is what's happening with Vandy and why incoming students are now regularly touting higher numbers than at least one school in the historical T14, but I guess we'll need to see how it all plays out. Right now we're focused on what employment prospects are going to look like for my class... jenesaislaw pulled together some good stats on how 2L OCI went so I'm hoping he makes those public once all the callbacks are wrapped up. It would be great if we come out with relatively strong firm placement for their class... maybe it would make some folks from other parts of the country less inclined to think that the south is full of inbreds.


None of this surprises me at all. Students in general are more attractive/better in shape than the over all population, and of course climate comes into play. Some of us are more paranoid than others, though. I'm not really happy that I shot up to 125 pounds (I'm almost 5' 8"). Too many Magnolia cupcakes, lol. I concur that southern students (at least the Virginians I knew) are very attractive.

Joshi is right about NYC students. At least one CLS girl I know looks like a model, as does my best friend here, a lovely Fordham MSW student. (The School of Social Service shares a building with us.) The South doesn't have a monopoly on pretty girls.

I am also reasonably pleased with the hotness of the male population here. The hottest boys go to DUKE, IMO, but I was pleasantly surprised by the guys in my own classes. Lawcest is a horrible idea, though, and even a school this size is a small place when it comes to gossip. I'm not even sure how I feel about Fordham girls dating Columbians or NYU students. Fraught with peril, all of it. :lol:

Coolkatz: disagree, at least about the boys. All the UVA boys I know are as intelligent as they are cute, and Observationalist does a lovely job of representing Vandy in both respects. I also seriously doubt that girls who get into either school could lack brains. If you are talking about students at schools outside the T1, I'm not qualified to comment.


Fixed that for ya.

Btw...you shot *up* to 125? Maybe I just don't know female weights that well, but that seems pretty light for 5'8".

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Postby worldtraveler » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:40 pm

People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?

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worldtraveler wrote:People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?


Maybe only at the extremes?

I didn't.

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Postby OperaSoprano » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:51 pm

prezidentv8 wrote:
OperaSoprano wrote:
observationalist wrote:
Provincial stereotypes about a diverse geographical region aside, this thread is on law students, not the general population. Tennessee has one of the highest illiteracy rates and one of the worst obesity rates in the country but those rates don't reflect the student populations at Vandy, Fisk or any of the other universities. The only way it impacts us is by providing more opportunities to engage in social justice work through externships, clinical offerings, the Street Law program, etc.

And yeah, Auburn and law schools like Ole Miss and UGA certainly make the cut for appearances. Too bad they have a hard time pulling in students from other regions because of the job prospects. If Ole Miss law received a complete overhaul, significantly boosted its national rep and started placing graduates around the country I bed they'd suck a significant amount of talent away from schools that don't have anything approximating the Grove to experience on the weekends. We think this is what's happening with Vandy and why incoming students are now regularly touting higher numbers than at least one school in the historical T14, but I guess we'll need to see how it all plays out. Right now we're focused on what employment prospects are going to look like for my class... jenesaislaw pulled together some good stats on how 2L OCI went so I'm hoping he makes those public once all the callbacks are wrapped up. It would be great if we come out with relatively strong firm placement for their class... maybe it would make some folks from other parts of the country less inclined to think that the south is full of inbreds.


None of this surprises me at all. Students in general are more attractive/better in shape than the over all population, and of course climate comes into play. Some of us are more paranoid than others, though. I'm not really happy that I shot up to 125 pounds (I'm almost 5' 8"). Too many Magnolia cupcakes, lol. I concur that southern students (at least the Virginians I knew) are very attractive.

Joshi is right about NYC students. At least one CLS girl I know looks like a model, as does my best friend here, a lovely Fordham MSW student. (The School of Social Service shares a building with us.) The South doesn't have a monopoly on pretty girls.

I am also reasonably pleased with the hotness of the male population here. The hottest boys go to DUKE, IMO, but I was pleasantly surprised by the guys in my own classes. Lawcest is a horrible idea, though, and even a school this size is a small place when it comes to gossip. I'm not even sure how I feel about Fordham girls dating Columbians or NYU students. Fraught with peril, all of it. :lol:

Coolkatz: disagree, at least about the boys. All the UVA boys I know are as intelligent as they are cute, and Observationalist does a lovely job of representing Vandy in both respects. I also seriously doubt that girls who get into either school could lack brains. If you are talking about students at schools outside the T1, I'm not qualified to comment.


Fixed that for ya.

Btw...you shot *up* to 125? Maybe I just don't know female weights that well, but that seems pretty light for 5'8".


<3

I used to be a perfect sample size. I was also way too skinny for my own good (about 113 lbs) but vanity often will out. I concede that I'm a lot healthier now, but gaining weight is never an enjoyable process.

And no, I don't think people really consider student attractiveness in picking a school. At least I hope they don't!

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby valley splitter » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:57 pm

The most important factor in considering hooking up with hot girls at a law school is not the actual number of attractive girls at the law school but whether or not the law school has an undergraduate counterpart. From there it gets easier to determine the hot girls. Plus chances are you'll probably hook up with undergrads at some point in those three years. I definitely plan to.

I once heard a goldfish talking to his friend saying, "this is like grad students shooting undergrads in a barrel."

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby lawlover829 » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:58 pm

y is this in choosing a law school?

Or is it choosing a law school based upoon girls :)

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby vttran9 » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:59 pm

So what schools have the hottest guys?

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worldtraveler wrote:People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?


When choosing a law school...no.
When choosing a girl...yes.


Also, "lawcest"?

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Always Credited wrote:
worldtraveler wrote:People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?


When choosing a law school...no.
When choosing a girl...yes.


Also, "lawcest"?


Guys that base going to a law school based upon the quality of good looking girls are.... I guess creeps? Would that be a good word?????

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lawlover829 wrote:
Always Credited wrote:
worldtraveler wrote:People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?


When choosing a law school...no.
When choosing a girl...yes.


Also, "lawcest"?


Guys that base going to a law school based upon the quality of good looking girls are.... I guess creeps? Would that be a good word?????


Creeps who probably have zero shot with the good looking girls they went to the law school for in the first place.

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Postby OperaSoprano » Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:06 pm

vttran9 wrote:So what schools have the hottest guys?


Harvard
Stanford
The New York schools (NYU, CLS and Fordham)
Northwestern
the southern schools (Duke, UVA, Vandy, GULC, etc)

Despite all this, my ban on all T14 boys is in effect. They are all horribly bad for my health. :lol: The higher their LSAT score, the worse they are.

AC- lawcest is dating/hooking up with your own classmates. This is like high school all over again, lol.

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OperaSoprano wrote:
vttran9 wrote:So what schools have the hottest guys?


Harvard
Stanford
The New York schools (NYU, CLS and Fordham)
Northwestern
the southern schools (Duke, UVA, Vandy, GULC, etc)

Despite all this, my ban on all T14 boys is in effect. They are all horribly bad for my health. :lol: The higher their LSAT score, the worse they are.

AC- lawcest is dating/hooking up with your own classmates. This is like high school all over again, lol.

OS actually uses the LSAC common application in lieu of dating websites.

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby coolkatz321 » Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:09 pm

OperaSoprano wrote:Coolkatz: disagree, at least about the boys. All the UVA boys I know are as intelligent as they are cute, and Observationalist does a lovely job of representing Vandy in both respects. I also seriously doubt that girls who get into either school could lack brains. If you are talking about students at schools outside the T1, I'm not qualified to comment.


OS, I was talking more undergrad and the enormous state schools in the south. Auburn, Clemson, South Carolina, Florida, etc.

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Re: Best looking female students?

Postby valley splitter » Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:09 pm

lawlover829 wrote:
Always Credited wrote:
worldtraveler wrote:People actually consider this when picking a school? Really?


When choosing a law school...no.
When choosing a girl...yes.


Also, "lawcest"?


Guys that base going to a law school based upon the quality of good looking girls are.... I guess creeps? Would that be a good word?????


Is that really fair to say? You have to be there for three years and you're going to need some strange at least every now and then. It would be difficult to go to a school knowing there are few people you would hook up with and it's a safe assumption that the few girls who are attractive will be pursued by the majority of your male classmates. It's not like anyone wants to hook up with an ugly girl. More hot girls = less competition = more time to study (and get ass).

And to Always Credited - that zero chance thing? Not so much. I'm an asshole, my friends know I'm an asshole, girls know I'm an asshole and they still keep coming. Maybe girls are a little smarter in law school?




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