Temple or UPenn?


I got into those two schools (I didn't apply anywhere else, since I wanted to be in Philadelphia). I know that UPenn has a much better reputation, probably a better faculty, etc. It is however twice as expensive as Temple, which is not a bad school as far as I know.

Anybody know a little more about those schools? I am planning to stay in the US after graduation, and possibly look for a position with an American law firm.

I got into those two schools (I didn't apply anywhere else, since I wanted to be in Philadelphia). I know that UPenn has a much better reputation, probably a better faculty, etc. It is however twice as expensive as Temple, which is not a bad school as far as I know.

Anybody know a little more about those schools? I am planning to stay in the US after graduation, and possibly look for a position with an American law firm.
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jack

There really is no choice. If you are planning on staying in the US, choose Penn.

There really is no choice. If you are planning on staying in the US, choose Penn.
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Luke

Take Temple and give me your place at PennLaw ;)

Take Temple and give me your place at PennLaw ;)
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Luke

Just received admission e-mail form Penn Law. So, see you there? So far, I guess that only Berkeley could challenge my comittement to your town!

Just received admission e-mail form Penn Law. So, see you there? So far, I guess that only Berkeley could challenge my comittement to your town!
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I guess we'll see each other in Philly then:)

I guess we'll see each other in Philly then:)
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PC

I studied at UPenn and know about Temple. Temple is a very good regional law school. Not much of an international community there. Penn has a superb international community - in the law school as well. Over all experience is very good. Also, UPenn lets you take some courses at Wharton - which is an enriching experience in itself.

I studied at UPenn and know about Temple. Temple is a very good regional law school. Not much of an international community there. Penn has a superb international community - in the law school as well. Over all experience is very good. Also, UPenn lets you take some courses at Wharton - which is an enriching experience in itself.
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Shumelka

I studied at UPenn and know about Temple. Temple is a very good regional law school. Not much of an international community there. Penn has a superb international community - in the law school as well. Over all experience is very good. Also, UPenn lets you take some courses at Wharton - which is an enriching experience in itself.


I chose USC and turned down Temple. Do you think it was a mistake?

<blockquote>I studied at UPenn and know about Temple. Temple is a very good regional law school. Not much of an international community there. Penn has a superb international community - in the law school as well. Over all experience is very good. Also, UPenn lets you take some courses at Wharton - which is an enriching experience in itself.
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I chose USC and turned down Temple. Do you think it was a mistake?
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akflave

Not at all. You'll be happy with that decision.

Not at all. You'll be happy with that decision.
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