MPeterson wrote:Hey Linquest,
Thanks for taking questions. I have a few questions about the co-ops. On the NUSL Web site, it says that the co-ops can earn more than $1,500 a week or something like that, yet you say yours weren't paid. How common is it to get paid on these co-ops, in your experience?
Also, how is the school with scholarships? I'm probably going to have a 170+ LSAT and a 3.9 GPA. Do I stand a good chance of getting some money?
I just got accepted to NU and I'm considering it as an option for Boston, but I'm a little concerned since I am more interested in finding corporate/business law opportunities.
HOWEVER: why in the WORLD would you look at NU when you have a 170+ (you saying "probably" leads me to believe you have no LSAT yet) and a 3.9? That's T-14 with money numbers. No offense to NU, but apply to at least BU/BC for money, and possibly Harvard and the rest of the T-14. I'm no elitist and I believe you can make the experience what you want it to be, but having a top education can't hurt.