HELP! Pace, USF or St Thomas


Hey guys,
I just got accepted to Pace, The University of San Francisco and St. Thomas U in Miami.

I am thinking about Pace because of the location and of course, opportunities that comes with it, but what do you think.

San Francisco doesn´t convince me enough and Miami, well, the program (Human Rights) is excellent but I don´t think I want to live in Miami for a year...am I wrong?
Hey guys,
I just got accepted to Pace, The University of San Francisco and St. Thomas U in Miami.

I am thinking about Pace because of the location and of course, opportunities that comes with it, but what do you think.

San Francisco doesn´t convince me enough and Miami, well, the program (Human Rights) is excellent but I don´t think I want to live in Miami for a year...am I wrong?
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Hi, I'm not familiar with the Pace program but I do know that the STU program is excellent. The directors of the program are really knowledgeable of the subjects and the professors that participate in the program are really the best of the best, I mean is not in every program that you get the former president of the ICTY as a professor. Miami is not that bad, is not NYC but you will not be freezing for months on end and will be able to enjoy the beach. Also, Miami's night life is the best there is.
Hi, I'm not familiar with the Pace program but I do know that the STU program is excellent. The directors of the program are really knowledgeable of the subjects and the professors that participate in the program are really the best of the best, I mean is not in every program that you get the former president of the ICTY as a professor. Miami is not that bad, is not NYC but you will not be freezing for months on end and will be able to enjoy the beach. Also, Miami's night life is the best there is.
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Borderline
You do want to live in Miami, it's nothing like the CSI franchise purports it to be... ;)

It depends what you want to focus on. Pace is famous for arbitration, for example. AND another factor is eventual financial aid.
You do want to live in Miami, it's nothing like the CSI franchise purports it to be... ;)

It depends what you want to focus on. Pace is famous for arbitration, for example. AND another factor is eventual financial aid.
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ljensen
Pace Law is a great place to study for an LL.M. degree. I received an LL.M. in Environmental Law from Pace a few years ago. Pace has a great location just north of New York City, which is helpful for internship, job prospects, etc., but is also within reach of the beautiful outdoors in the Hudson Valley. Pace is also ranked in the top three schools in environmental law in the US and offers LL.M. students that opportunity to work and research with experts in leading research centers: the Land Use Law Center for Sustainable Development, the Pace Energy and Climate Center, and the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, which does international and comparative environmental work. Pace also offers a comparative law LL.M. Both LL.M. programs attract students from around the world each year. Learn more about Pace at http://law.pace.edu/environment.

Best,
Laura Jensen, J.D., LL.M.
Pace Law School
Pace Law is a great place to study for an LL.M. degree. I received an LL.M. in Environmental Law from Pace a few years ago. Pace has a great location just north of New York City, which is helpful for internship, job prospects, etc., but is also within reach of the beautiful outdoors in the Hudson Valley. Pace is also ranked in the top three schools in environmental law in the US and offers LL.M. students that opportunity to work and research with experts in leading research centers: the Land Use Law Center for Sustainable Development, the Pace Energy and Climate Center, and the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, which does international and comparative environmental work. Pace also offers a comparative law LL.M. Both LL.M. programs attract students from around the world each year. Learn more about Pace at http://law.pace.edu/environment.

Best,
Laura Jensen, J.D., LL.M.
Pace Law School
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