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February 22, 2005

Michigan v. Chicago & UT

Foxes for Now posts an email from a Michigan law student comparing Michigan to University of Chicago Law and Texas Law. If you're considering any of these schools, you'll likely find the information at least a bit interesting. And if you find that interesting, you should also read these thoughts from Michigan 2L Heidi at Letters of Marque for a more balanced view of the issues addressed in the email mentioned above. Also check out Foxes' correspondences category for more tidbits about how various schools handle the application and admissions process.

Posted by mowabb at February 22, 2005 12:44 PM

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I would like to add, just for the record, as a citizen of Chicago... Hyde Park is *not* a dangerous area of Chicago. It's actually a pretty quaint little neighborhood.

Yes, like many areas in the city, if you stray too far, you will end up in a not-so-nice area; such is urban life.

I'm not going to comment on the "socially inept" comment from the Michigan student, except to say, it's not good decorum to slam other schools without any direct experience with them.

Posted by: -Dave! at February 22, 2005 05:17 PM