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LET'S GET IT wrote:Depends on your career goals/where you want to practice/if you can get a large scholarship. Provide some more info such as this plus numbers and we can give you a better idea.
I am a international student from China. I planed to work at America after graduation for several years and go back to China. Notre Dame has not mentioned any scholarship so far. My LSAT Score is 163. The thing that I care most is the education quality. Really appreciate your help
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unodostres wrote:Retake. Quality of education is all the same.
+1. The quality of the education is similar at any decent law school. In my opinion Notre Dame is a solid school. It just really depends on where in the US you want to work. If you want to work in Chicago or Indianapolis, Notre Dame is a fine choice with money. Not worth full cost. If you want to work on one of the coasts, you need to look elsewhere. Do you know where in the US you want to work?