at least it's not just us?
- Member for
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|1 year 21 weeks ago||Priority for football season||
Priority for football season tickets used to be determined by several factors including whether or not you were an alumni, alumni association membership (with life members getting higher priority than yearly members), and how long you had already been on the waitlist. I joined the alumni association as a life member for the sole purpose of jumping up the waitlist as far as possible. It worked too since I was able to get tickets the year I applied (93 or 94). Now the priority system has been replaced by one based strictly on donations. I don't really approve but what can you do?
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Agreed. DiBella's is very||
Agreed. DiBella's is very good.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Counterpoint||
No matter the forum, these threads are always the same. T-14 or bust, work in big law or you're a fool, etc. As a counter-point, I will say that I went to (gasp) Cooley on a full scholarship so I graduated debt free. The majority of the people in my first-year classes should never have gone to law school (I thank them for going into debt to fund my scholarship) but everyone that graduated who I keep in touch with has found work. No, they are not working in large firms in NYC or Chicago, but most of us weren't in it for that sort of things. Most of us were planning to go back to our small home town and either start a solo practice or work for one of the three or four firms in that small town. Temper your expectations and there is work to found even in this economic climate, even in Michigan. You don't HAVE to go to a T-14. Going to a bottom tier school and graduating with greatly reduced debt is a perfectly valid option although you will have to lower your expectations accordingly.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||For my first post ever...||
Sailor Jerry & Diet Coke w/ lime