Congrats to everyone who has decided to attend DU and good luck to those waiting or trying to decide.
I have not been on here for a couple months, sorry about the delay, at JTX stated, its finals hell weeks (3).
If you guys have any updated questions let me know and hopefully I can help. Just to answer a few questions posed in the last few pages:
Lightrail: I lived downtown by Coors Field all year (1L) and I took the lightrail every day. Not going to lie, it wasn't worth it living downtown, I would save that till 2L or 3L. The lightrail is great though, its only 20 minutes to downtown and the DU stop only is a short 10 minutes walk to the law building.
Grad "Dorms": I'm guessing you're referring to Vista Lofts, they are ok, a lil odd in the way they are setup, but they are close and I know at least 20 people who live there. They love how close it is. Another reason why it sucks to be downtown, I have leave early from the bars to not miss the last train home. The lightrail leaves closer to bar close from downtown, closer to 1am from DU to Union, although you can go to the other downtown stops later. I'm not the best person to listen to on living arrangements though, I had rent that was way too high and too far from campus, so what did I do, bought a house for next year farther away with a more expensive payment then my rent. That being said, I would suggest the University Apartments, they are close and pretty nice. I know about 10 people who live there and they love it.
So, now I'm going to make a shameless plug. If anyone has questions about International Law or wants to be involved, let me know. This last year I was on the board for the Int'l Law Society and will be again next year, but I am also the President of the International Law Student Association (ILSA) for 2011-2012 and would love to assist anyone who is interested in international law.
Also, if you have question about the Student Bar Association, let me know, I can tell you how I was elected for it as a 1L Senator and again for next year as VP of Fundraising. To be honest, a big way I was elected was because of TLS and the 10 people I met from this site.