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whuts4lunch
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Re: Emory 2010

Postby whuts4lunch » Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:44 am

For an out of state student (which 80% of Emory's students would be if they instead attended UGA), UGA and Emory aren't all that comparable. An OOS student w/o ties to GA doesn't gain anything (except an increased cost of attendance, unless UGA is scholarship heavy) by attending UGA over her top state school. The more reasonable comparison would be an OOS student's flagship state school versus a super-regional like Emory.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby mavsman88 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:47 am

I was quick to sign up over ASW because there isn't enough parking. They are green so they encourage bikes or something. You can request roommate or they will match you up. I just got a one bedroom to avoid thenightmare of a bad roommate while being a 1L. But eeryone there is a grad student so I'm really excited. Also it's only a twenty minute walk to the law buildig if you miss the bus and it's a two minute walk to kroger. O and they also said they'll move out anything you don't want, so I'm going to replace their mediocre full bed with a comfortable queen bed.

maximus34998 wrote:
lawduder wrote:
mavsman88 wrote:Also, side note, I signed my lease at Campus Crossing. I know a lot of people on here have been saying beware, but I really liked it. They had a pipe burst, it happens, and they fixed the problem. The place was super nice, and the others I visited had a lot of non-Emory students, which was kind of a turn off, especially since I'm coming from a college town.

I signed with Campus Crossings as well. I visited all the places posted here and in the "class of" thread and none of them seemed like great deals. It's important for me to have the cliff shuttle close so I don't have to pay $700/semester to park on campus and having a furnished apartment makes the move stress free. I really didn't want to have to pay to buy all new furniture (moving my old stuff would cost about the same amount of money, too). That being said, I also actually liked Campus Crossings better than the other places I visited.


Are either of you guys going to be paying for parking at CC? I heard that they ran out of parking last year, so I was kind of curious about that situation. Also, can you request roommates at CC? I'd think it would be nice to live with another 1L as opposed to a student from another Grad School, etc.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby ArthurEdens » Thu Apr 15, 2010 1:26 pm

Fins wrote:K&S Partner: "Emory is for the kids too proud to go to UGA and not smart enough to go to Vandy."


:roll: 1 post? I wonder whose alt this is. Someone who seems insecure about barely getting into Vanderbilt, apparently.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby sebastian0622 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 1:45 pm

ArthurEdens wrote:
Fins wrote:K&S Partner: "Emory is for the kids too proud to go to UGA and not smart enough to go to Vandy."


:roll: 1 post? I wonder whose alt this is. Someone who seems insecure about barely getting into Vanderbilt, apparently.


Vanderbilt is for the kids too proud to go to Emory but not smart enough to go to Duke.

Duke is for the kids too proud to go to Vanderbilt but not smart enough to go to Virginia.

Virginia is for the kids too proud to go to Duke but not smart enough to go to Harvard.

Harvard is for the kids too proud to go to Virginia but not smart enough to go to Yale.

Law school is for the kids too proud to work for someone but not smart enough to be entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship is for the kids too proud to go to law school but not smart enough to marry into wealth.

Marrying into wealth is for the kids too lazy to go to Emory.

Repeat.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby eldizknee » Thu Apr 15, 2010 1:50 pm

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby ckoz11 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 1:58 pm

Funny considering 1/4 K&S partners went to emory

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby afinnst » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:15 pm

I can post the US News stuff, what do you want specifically?

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby CBHoff » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:21 pm

afinnst wrote:I can post the US News stuff, what do you want specifically?


All of it.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby MissLucky » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:22 pm

CBHoff wrote:
afinnst wrote:I can post the US News stuff, what do you want specifically?


All of it.


Haha i love this site.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby afinnst » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:28 pm

Overview : Emory University
Fall 2011 Admissions Information
Application deadline 03/01
Full-time program application fee $70
Part-time program application fee N/A
2009 Academics
Full- and part-time faculty 99
Student/faculty ratio 10.5
2009-2010 Cost
Tuition Full-time: $41,376 per year
Room and board $17,748
2009 Students
Total full-time enrollment 715
Total part-time enrollment 0
2008 Graduates
Graduates employed at graduation 96.7%
2009 Library Collection
Total volumes and volume equivalents 415,87

Fall 2011 Admissions Information
Director of admissions Ethan Rosenzweig
Application deadline 03/01
Full-time program application fee $70
Part-time program application fee N/A
Besides the fall semester, can enter in N/A
Fall 2009 Admissions and Enrollment Statistics
Total number of full- and part-time applicants 4,558
Total number of full- and part-time acceptances 1,149
Overall acceptance rate 25.2%
Total number of full- and part-time first-year students enrolled 248
Number of full-time program applicants 4,558
Number of full-time program acceptances 1,149
Full-time acceptance rate 25.2%
Number of first-year full-time students enrolled 248
Number of part-time program applicants N/A
Number of part-time program acceptances N/A
Part-time acceptance rate N/A
Number of first-year part-time students enrolled N/A
Fall 2009 GPA and LSAT Scores
25th-75th percentile GPA scores for all students 3.37-3.68
25th-75th percentile LSAT scores for all students 165-167
25th-75th percentile undergraduate GPA for full-time students 3.37-3.68
25th-75th percentile LSAT scores for full-time students 165-167

Academics : Emory University
Academic Program Details
Academic Calendar Semester
Joint degrees awarded J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.Div.; J.D./M.T.S.; J.D./M.P.H.; J.D./R.E.E.S.; J.D./Ph.D.; J.D./M.A.
Special programs offered to J.D. students Interdisciplinary programs of study; Centers of Excellence in Law and Religion; International Law; Feminist Jurisprudence; Health Law; Federalism; Trial Techniques program; Extensive Field Placement program; Clinics-Barton Child Law and Policy; Juvenile Defender; Indigent Criminal Defense; Turner Environmental Law Clinic; TI:GER program of technology and business law co-sponsored with GA Tech.
Course Offerings
Programs/courses offered in appellate advocacy, clinical training, dispute resolution, environmental law, health care law, intellectual property law, international law, tax law, trial advocacy
Typical first-year full-time section size, excluding all small sections, taught by full-time faculty 75
Is there typically a full-time "small section" of the first-year class, other than Legal Writing, taught by full-time faculty? Yes
Number of positions filled in full-time program seminars 225
Number of positions filled in full-time program simulation courses 892
Number of positions filled in faculty-supervised full-time program clinical courses 62
Number of full-time students involved in field placements 188
Number of full-time students involved in law journals 172
Number of full-time students involved in advanced moot court or trial competitions 83
Number of full-time students enrolled in independent study 47
Number of classroom course titles, beyond the first-year curriculum, offered last year in full- and part-time programs 165
Number of seminars in full- and part-time programs 20
Number of positions available in seminars in full- and part-time programs 294
Number of positions available in simulation courses in full- and part-time programs 1,018
Number of positions available in faculty-supervised clinical courses in full- and part-time programs 80
Student activities Student Bar Association; Asian American, Black, Christian, Gay and Lesbian, Hispanic, Jewish, Women Law Students Associations. ADR, Environmental, International, Intellectual Property, Health, Sports/Entertainment, Constitutional Law societies; Emory Public Interest Committee; Student Legal Services. Moot Court Society; Emory Law Journal; Bankruptcy Developments Journal; International Law Review.
Fall 2009 Faculty Profile
Student/faculty ratio 10.5
Full- and part-time faculty 99
Full-time faculty 57.6%
Part-time faculty 42.4%
Full-time male faculty 56.1%
Part-time male faculty 73.8%
Full-time female faculty 43.9%
Part-time female faculty 26.2%
Full-time minority faculty 12.3%
Part-time minority faculty 19.0%
Class Size
Number of upper-division course sections with an enrollment of under 25 95
Number of upper-division course sections with an enrollment of 25 to 49 27
Number of upper-division course sections with an enrollment of 50 to 74 9
Number of upper-division course sections with an enrollment of 75 to 99 12
Number of upper-division course sections with an enrollment of over 100 2

Tuition & Financial Aid : Emory University
Financial Aid Office Information
Financial aid application deadline 03/01
Financial aid director Dean Bentley
Financial aid telephone (404) 727-6039
2009-2010 Expenses
Tuition Full-time: $41,376 per year
Room and board $17,748
Books $3,126
Miscellaneous expenses $3,588
Is the tuition the same for first-, second-, and third-year students? Yes
Does the university offer housing restricted to law students? No
Does the university offer graduate student housing for which law students are eligible? Yes
Does the university offer a public-interest scholarship program to current J.D. students? No
2009 Grants
Percentage of full-time students receiving grants of less than one-half tuition 39.0%
Percentage of part-time students receiving grants of less than one-half tuition N/A
Percentage of full-time students receiving grants of one-half tuition or more but less than full 26.0%
Percentage of part-time students receiving grants of one-half tuition or more but less than full N/A
Percentage of full-time students receiving grants of full tuition 0.6%
Percentage of part-time students receiving grants of full tuition N/A
Percentage of full-time students receiving grants of more than full tuition 2.0%
Percentage of part-time students receiving grants of more than full tuition N/A
25th percentile grant amount of aid per full-time recipient $18,000
Median grant amount of aid per full-time recipient (50th percentile) $18,000
75th percentile grant amount of aid per full-time recipient $30,000
25th percentile grant amount of aid per part-time recipient N/A
Median grant amount of aid per part-time recipient (50th percentile) N/A
75th percentile grant amount of aid per part-time recipient N/A
Indebtedness
Average indebtedness of 2009 graduates who incurred law school debt $112,383
Proportion who borrowed 77.4%
Does the school offer a loan repayment assistance program for 2009 J.D. graduates? Yes

Ranking : Emory University
Top Law Schools of 2010
Score 67
Peer assessment score (5.0 highest) 3.6
Assessment score by lawyers/judges (5.0 highest) 3.8
25th-75th percentile GPA scores for all students 3.37-3.68
25th-75th percentile LSAT scores for all students 165-167
Overall acceptance rate 25.2%
Student/faculty ratio 10.5
Graduates employed at graduation 96.7%
Graduates known to be employed nine months after graduation 95.3%
School's bar passage rate for first-time test takers 93.5%
State where the greatest number of first-time test takers took the bar GA
Statewide bar passage rate for first-time test takers 89.2%

Students : Emory University
2009-2010 Enrollment
Total full-time enrollment 715
Percent full-time male enrollment 52.2%
Percent full-time female enrollment 47.8%
Total part-time enrollment 0
Percent part-time male enrollment N/A
Percent part-time female enrollment N/A
Percent African-American enrollment 9.1%
Percent American Indian enrollment 1.1%
Percent Asian-American enrollment 10.1%
Percent Mexican-American enrollment 0.0%
Percent Puerto Rican enrollment 0.0%
Percent other Hispanic-American enrollment 10.3%
Percent white enrollment 56.2%
Percent international enrollment 4.2%
Percent ethnicity unknown 9.0%
2008-2009 Attrition Rates for Full- and Part-time Students
Percent of first-year students discontinuing law school 1.8%
Percent of second-year students discontinuing law school 3.9%
Percent of third-year students discontinuing law school N/A
Percent of fourth-year students discontinuing law school N/A
Percent of male students discontinuing law school 2.2%
Percent of female students discontinuing law school 1.8%

Library : Emory University
2009 Library Information Resources
Print titles (excluding nonbook titles) 122,044
Microform titles 29,551
Electronic titles 51,961
Other nonbook titles 398
Total titles 203,954
Volumes (excluding microforms) 308,364
Volumes (equivalent of microforms) 107,514
Total volumes and volume equivalents 415,878
Number of volumes in the collection that are stored off site and are systematically retrievable 0
Library's online catalog or website includes links to electronic titles or databases made available by another campus library or consortia Yes
Library Schedule of Operation
Number of hours per week library is open on a regular schedule 109
Number of hours per week professional staff are on duty on a regular schedule 53
Number of hours per week only full-time support staff are on duty on a regular schedule 3
Number of hours per week only students or other part-time staff are on duty on a regular schedule 54
Number of hours of reference service provided per week on a regular schedule 52
Number of weeks per year library operates on an abbreviated schedule 19
Number of hours per week only full-time support staff are on duty on an abbreviated schedule 0
Number of hours per week library is open on an abbreviated schedule 66
Number of hours per week professional staff are on duty are on an abbreviated schedule 50
Number of hours per week only students or other part-time staff are on duty on an abbreviated schedule 16
Number of hours of reference service provided per week on an abbreviated schedule 25
Number of weeks per year library operates on expanded schedule 8
Information Technology
Department(s) responsible for the law school information technology operations law school information technology department, law school library, university information technology department
Approximate number of full-time-equivalent information technology staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary staff) 7
Number of open, wired network connections available to students in the law library (excluding computer labs) 37
Number of open, wired network connections available to students in classrooms 20
Number of open, wired network connections available to students in computer labs 0
Number of open, wired network connections available to students elsewhere in the law school 7
Does the law school have a wireless network? Yes
Wireless network is available in the law library, in classrooms, in computer labs, in administrative/faculty offices and work areas, elsewhere in the law school
Does the school require entering students to own a computer? No
Physical Library Facilities
Net square feet of space assigned for library purposes 70,000
Total seats available for library users 516
Details about the library and other facilities MacMillan Law Library opened 1995, has over 400,000 volumes, 4,000 serial subscriptions. Electronic resources include Lexis/Nexis, Westlaw and LegalTrac. Comfortable study facilities. Wireless Internet access throughout. The law school has classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, student organization space, auditorium and court room with state-of-the-art computer technology upgrades.

Careers : Emory University
Bar Statistics (Winter and Summer 2008 administrations)
State where the greatest number of first-time test takers took the bar GA
School's bar passage rate for first-time test takers 93.5%
Statewide bar passage rate for first-time test takers 89.2%
Class of 2008 Graduates
Total graduates 245
Graduates employed at graduation 96.7%
Graduates known to be employed nine months after graduation 95.3%

Starting Salaries of 2008 Graduates Employed Full-time
25th percentile private sector starting salary $85,000
Median private sector starting salary $145,000
75th percentile private sector starting salary $160,000
Percent in the private sector who reported salary information 83%
Median public service starting salary $52,000
Areas of Legal Practice (Class of 2008)
Percent employed in academia 0.0%
Percent employed in business and industry 10.2%
Percent employed in government 4.3%
Percent employed in all judicial clerkships 9.1%
Percent employed in law firms 70.4%
Percent employed in public interest 2.0%
Percent employed in an unknown field 4.0%
Percent employed in a judicial clerkship by an Article III federal judge 9.0%
2008 Graduates Employment Location
Graduates employed in-state 42%
Graduates employed in foreign countries 1%
Number of states where graduates are employed 29
New England (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT) 2.9%
Middle Atlantic (NY, NJ, PA) 22.4%
East North Central (IL, IN, MI, OH, WI) 3.8%
West North Central (IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD) 0.0%
South Atlantic (DE, DC, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV) 57.2%
East South Central (AL, KY, MS, TN) 4.3%
West South Central (AR, LA, OK, TX) 2.9%
Pacific (AK, CA, HI, OR, WA) 4.8%
Mountain (AZ, CO, ID, MT, NV, NM, UT, WY) 0.0%
Employment location unknown 0.7%
Career Services
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school)
Career services operations Emory Law's Career Services Office provides a full range of career planning and strategy services and job search skills training: interviewing opportunities on-campus and in New York, Washington, D.C., and other cities nationwide; public interest advising (and financial assistance for public interest jobs); judicial clerkship programming, and mentoring and networking opportunities.
Job Type
Bar admission required or anticipated (e.g., attorney and corporate counsel positions, law clerks, judicial clerks) 84.0%
J.D. preferred, law degree enhances position (e.g., corporate contracts administrator, alternative dispute resolution specialist, government regulatory analyst, FBI special agent) 8.0%
Professional/other (jobs that require professional skills or training but for which a J.D. is neither preferred nor particularly applicable; e.g., accountant, teacher, business manager, nurse) 3.0%
Nonprofessional/other (job that does not require any professional skills or training or is taken on a temporary basis and not viewed as part of a career path) 3.0%


Why does % employed go down, you think? No other schools' stats decrease over the 9 months...

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby eldizknee » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:30 pm

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby afinnst » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:33 pm

Yeah that's what I thought too. but literally no other schools in the top 50 reported a similar trend...so part of me thinks Emory made a mistake, or is not playing the game as much as they should. If you look at the ranking numbers between Emory and Illinois we are above in every respect except % employed at 9 months, which is a shame.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby 84Sunbird2000 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 4:59 pm

Well, USNEWS reporting of employment at graduation/9 months includes those pursuing graduate degrees. Emory's own site only says 2008 employment of 88.8% after nine months. Perhaps the decline was due to those who intended to go to grad school but decided not to, and thus took away something that would count as employment.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby whuts4lunch » Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:32 pm

Is there housing that is within 5 min walking distance to Emory Law?

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby lawduder » Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:49 pm

whuts4lunch wrote:Is there housing that is within 5 min walking distance to Emory Law?

I think Campus Crossing was the closest place I found and I really wouldn't want to walk from there... but there's always that cliff shuttle.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby whuts4lunch » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:34 pm

...and first year on campus parking isn't available at the law school lot right?

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby ta06fsu » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:41 pm

Painfully withdrew today. Hope one of you get in!

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby forty-two » Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:47 pm

whuts4lunch wrote:...and first year on campus parking isn't available at the law school lot right?

Right...our parking lots are kind of far away.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby mattyboy7we » Fri Apr 16, 2010 11:15 am

rando wrote:
lawduder wrote:
mavsman88 wrote:Also, side note, I signed my lease at Campus Crossing. I know a lot of people on here have been saying beware, but I really liked it. They had a pipe burst, it happens, and they fixed the problem. The place was super nice, and the others I visited had a lot of non-Emory students, which was kind of a turn off, especially since I'm coming from a college town.

I signed with Campus Crossings as well. I visited all the places posted here and in the "class of" thread and none of them seemed like great deals. It's important for me to have the cliff shuttle close so I don't have to pay $700/semester to park on campus and having a furnished apartment makes the move stress free. I really didn't want to have to pay to buy all new furniture (moving my old stuff would cost about the same amount of money, too). That being said, I also actually liked Campus Crossings better than the other places I visited.


I have only really heard of two problems with Campus Crossings and both seem to be resolved. The first was an administrative hiccup the first week that the building was up and running and that the bus schedules didn't coincide with class schedules and there weren't enough buses to the law school. That was a minor nightmare for people the first week of school, but easily attributed to everything being brand new and working out the details.
The other was the flooding. It doesn't seem to me like pipes should be bursting but we did have a ton of rain. It was a major issue for some people but from what I understand the company that runs the place did right by those that had damage and had to live in hotels for a little while.

I have only heard good things barring those two mini-disasters. If I was moving in this year I would be weary and make sure to dot my i's and cross my t's but would have no problem living there.



Ok I currently live at campus crossings and I cant let this post go without commenting...

The pipe burst was an indication not of the possibility of a freak accident, but of the poor quality of the building. I live in a three bedroom apt. and since this is the first year everything in it is "new". My "new" couch broke, yes broke, (someone sat down and the back fell out), the same happened with the armchair. The walls are paper thin, I can hear my neighbor when they have a loud conversation. When someone plays music you can hear it from next door, above, or below you. My shower curtain rod fell and broke within the first few months, and the grout in the tiles that line the shower have started to fall out. If you get a room on the outside you risk being next to the briar-cliff road which I know many people complain about the noise. If you get an inside apt like myself, you get to hear everyone in the center courtyard at 1 am (realize that not everyone is a law student, some people are just working at emory or go to other schools, so just because you have a final the next day does not mean everyone does and will be quiet).

I know it seems like a good deal because its furnished and is close to the law school, but I can tell you that it isn't worth it, if you add the rent of 690 (I'm paying 615 + 50 to park + about 25 a month for electric), and there are plenty of other places to live for less.

If you still choose to live there despite what I just said, then good luck.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby gobucks101 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 1:06 pm

+1

The place must have been constructed by the Bluth family. I had to have my laundry room wall torn down because mold was growing behind my laundry machine. The reason? A water pipe behind it was installed with a hole in it and at the wrong angle. A friend had his truck stolen in the parking lot and dozens of cars (parked behind the gate) smashed into for their GPS. Parking is a joke. I ordered something online today and had it tracked here and it says it was signed and delivered yesterday. Still not in mailbox and this happened with my books often. Walls are thin and you can hear everything. You have about a 60% chance of actually having hot water in your shower and that drops dramatically if it is in the morning. Furniture is pretty awful. Unless you are 6'3 or above you won't be able to use half the living room furniture. Like Matty, my shower rod has fallen on me several times. The state of the art gym that was under construction when I signed my lease turned out to be freeweights up to 50 lbs. and missing many of their counterparts, 3 treadmills and a cheap bowflex machine. You end up having to either work out late at night since it is such a small cramped room with limited supplies or you end up going to Emory. There was a sewage backup in basement causing entire basement to smell like shit. I also know of 2 law students who had to live in a hotel for a month while they replaced a toilet because it was bubbling/backflowing. I think the best example of what CC is can be seen by the gazebo. You will notice two beautiful plasma tvs out there, nice right? A year later, they aren't connected to anything. Looks nice on first impression but really is worthless...kind of like CC.
I don't care how they responded to flood, though I would advise asking people who lived here during it because it was pretty piss poor. What I care about is not having to worry about living in a hotel room the next time a fire alarm goes off. Peace of mind knowing that a strong gust of wind won't cause your complex to fall over is worth it in my mind.
The three positives I can give to CC
1. Bus system is convenient since no 1L parking
2. Kroger next door is great
3. You really get to know your classmates and is nice to have friends to chill, party or study with all in same place.

whuts4lunch wrote:Is there housing that is within 5 min walking distance to Emory Law?

There is a place called Lullwater Apartments. I haven't seen them, but they do 1-3 bedrooms and it is about a 5 minute walk. It is right by the Starbucks and CVS. Might give them a call.

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby ze2151 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:17 pm

it warms my heart to know future classmates like arrested development. solid as iraq!

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby eldizknee » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:23 pm

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby andrea0605 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:28 pm

ze2151 wrote:it warms my heart to know future classmates like arrested development. solid as iraq!


When the 3L tour guide showed my group the mock trial room on visiting day, I started humming "mock trial with judge reinhold." :oops:

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby Mickey Quicknumbers » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:29 pm

Hey guys, last minute switch, i'm going to Emory next year!

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Re: Emory 2010

Postby eldizknee » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:30 pm

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