BU v. USC v. Fordham


kankan417

hi, guys.
I just got the acceptances of the law schools above, and can't decide which I choose.
Both BU and Fordham are of Banking law program, which is my interest. I guess BU has a higher reputation than Fordham, but Fordham is in NYC. How can I weigh the such factors?
What's tough, I also wanna go for USC, I am now taking company courses and reading some articles of USC professors. I prefer the city L.A. too.(USC is of general program)

Could anyone help to give me some advices?

hi, guys.
I just got the acceptances of the law schools above, and can't decide which I choose.
Both BU and Fordham are of Banking law program, which is my interest. I guess BU has a higher reputation than Fordham, but Fordham is in NYC. How can I weigh the such factors?
What's tough, I also wanna go for USC, I am now taking company courses and reading some articles of USC professors. I prefer the city L.A. too.(USC is of general program)

Could anyone help to give me some advices?
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josepidal

Being in NYC (the Bronx, though) is fully an advantage if you can translate that into networking opportunities. You can do some of this networking from Boston by making contacts and busing down once in a while, and attending events at HLS.

Being in NYC (the Bronx, though) is fully an advantage if you can translate that into networking opportunities. You can do some of this networking from Boston by making contacts and busing down once in a while, and attending events at HLS.
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amyonland

one of my friend is in Frodham now. She think Fordham is wonderful, so is NYC.

one of my friend is in Frodham now. She think Fordham is wonderful, so is NYC.
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wannallm

USC has reputation for great service. Have lots of staffs to help students. Also have concentrations in IP also corporate and others -- with famous faculty.

USC has reputation for great service. Have lots of staffs to help students. Also have concentrations in IP also corporate and others -- with famous faculty.
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kankan417

I heard USC has a higher reputation over the two, both in academic and practice, the largest alumni commutiy.
But I just want to compare the banking and corporate law program, which is better? can anyone help me?

I heard USC has a higher reputation over the two, both in academic and practice, the largest alumni commutiy.
But I just want to compare the banking and corporate law program, which is better? can anyone help me?
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