motiontodismiss wrote:kn6542 wrote:motiontodismiss wrote:Doing ANYTHING in a new state is tougher.
I really don't get why it matters. Going to law school is a change from whatever you were doing before. Since no U.S. law schools are located in 3d world countries, I'm not sure why it mattes where it is. It's not like there won't be housing, running water, or ppl who speak your language wherever you go. Just a weird question all around.
You're not familiar with the area. You don't know where to go, you don't know anyone, you don't know where the nicest areas are, etc. etc. etc.
But that's true of going to a new CITY, not necessarily a new state. Why is this about a new state?
How many ppl are srsly limiting their law school choices to places where they have lived before? That's just idiotic. Everywhere but the limited area where you grew up is "new." So what? How hard is it to locate a fucking grocery store and bank and shit? I wouldn't think this is "tough" enough to even make it a consideration. It's just assumed that you have to adjust when you do something new. Its completely unremarkable.