gregw8705 wrote:84Sunbird2000 wrote:I'm now, especially in the emotion of the scholarship aftermath, leaning towards W and L. I still have a few schools to wait on, and a few more possible scholarships at current admits to consider, but this is pretty big. My only worry is that the community and school will be too conservative for my liking. I do love everything else about the school.
I'm a 1L at W&L now, and I can assure you it's not that conservative. I'm a libertarian, and found that most of those who consider themselves Republicans or conservatives are more in line with my views than the moral majority types. I can't think of too many I'd consider socially conservative. There are also plenty of very liberal students. The undergrad's conservative reputation doesn't really apply to the law school.
this is what i meant.... most "conservative" law students are usually more libertarian in thought than social conservatives... not that those don't exist.