sumtimesuwonder wrote:Do you enjoy living in Cleveland?
When I was a freshman in undergrad I hated it. Now I do like it, but it depends on what sort of place you want to live in. Case is right in between downtown and the burbs so I feel like i have the convenience of the suburbs, and then if I want, the city with all its restaurants, theaters, nightlife (although I will say Cleveland nightlife is limited - we have a lot of great bars here, but not much in the way of clubs) is only 15 minutes away. By the same token, Cleveland isn't NYC - you can't just stumble upon something to do, you usually have to look for it. For me I think that's great, because if I was going to law school in NYC, I'd never get any work done. The people here are for the most part lovely - I babysat for a while, and the family basically adopted me. The weather here isn't great, it rains a lot in the fall/spring, is cold and gloomy in the winter and really hot in the summer. But everything here is very affordable, so that's a plus. I mean, at the local bar everyone goes to, Paninnis, you can buy a mixed drink for $2.75. Overall, I think it's a great place to go to law school - although I don't necessarily see myself living here when I graduate.