Best Facilities

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Re: Best Facilities

Post by td6624 » Tue Mar 23, 2010 5:48 pm

danquayle wrote:
doinmybest wrote:
danquayle wrote:I was really disappointed with Notre Dame's facilities.
I'm not going to Notre Dame, but I'm curious. Why do you say that?
I just had a lot of Notre Dame love at the time, and as such had high expectations coming in... I thought they'd be more impressive all around. I was looking into a JD/MBA as well, and their business school was equally unimpressive. I went to Michigan for undergrad, so I had assumed they be in the same ballpark. They were not. The entire campus was less aesthetically pleasing than I expected.

Of course... this was all before their new building opened. And I also, like I said, had very high expectations.
Well shit. This doesn't seem fair then.


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Re: Best Facilities

Post by bree » Tue Mar 23, 2010 5:57 pm

Rand M. wrote:Any thoughts about Chicago? Other T14ers?
The interior of Chicago's law school has been redone in the past 5-10 years, so everything is quite nice on the inside. The classrooms as well as the library are pretty nice. That being said, it's not the prettiest school on the outside. It's this black cubish, borg-like structure that was probably fashionable in the 1970s.

If you have any interest in doing a JD/MBA, the business school facilities are top notch. They were rebuilt a few years back and they're very plush on both the inside and outside.

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