Columbia vs. Georgetown


tena_zg

Dear all,

I got accepted in the early cycle to Georgetown and Columbia. I'm interested in corporate law. Any suggestions which one should I choose when taking into consideration all the factors such as quality of the programme, but also campus life, etc.?

One more thing - I did not receive any instructions on how or when to accept the offer...does anyone know something about this? :)

Dear all,

I got accepted in the early cycle to Georgetown and Columbia. I'm interested in corporate law. Any suggestions which one should I choose when taking into consideration all the factors such as quality of the programme, but also campus life, etc.?

One more thing - I did not receive any instructions on how or when to accept the offer...does anyone know something about this? :)
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imnc

There is no question that the corporate law environment and faculty at Columbia and NYU are the best in America.

Now if you had interest in Constitutional law it would be Yale or Harvard.

For Tax it would be NYU or Georgetown.

And in any of these cases a substantial grant can make a difference [it did for me]

There is no question that the corporate law environment and faculty at Columbia and NYU are the best in America.

Now if you had interest in Constitutional law it would be Yale or Harvard.

For Tax it would be NYU or Georgetown.

And in any of these cases a substantial grant can make a difference [it did for me]
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