USC vs. BU vs. WUSTL vs. Madison vs. UW


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How do I choose from these schools if I would like to come back my country after LL.M.? Could anyone give me some suggestion?

USC tuition$42000
Rank 16 and Good weather. However, everything very expensive.

WUSTL tuition $40000
Very good reputation in general. However, is St. Louis a safe city?

BU tuition $36000
Very good location. However, housing is very expensive.

U. of Wisconsin-Madison (M.L.I. program) tuition $32000
A city good for living. However, rank 31.

U. of Washington tuition $26000
Tuition is cheap. However, rank 28.
How do I choose from these schools if I would like to come back my country after LL.M.? Could anyone give me some suggestion?

USC tuition$42000
Rank 16 and Good weather. However, everything very expensive.

WUSTL tuition $40000
Very good reputation in general. However, is St. Louis a safe city?

BU tuition $36000
Very good location. However, housing is very expensive.

U. of Wisconsin-Madison (M.L.I. program) tuition $32000
A city good for living. However, rank 31.

U. of Washington tuition $26000
Tuition is cheap. However, rank 28.
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I earned my J.D. from WUSTL. I had a fantastic experience there and would highly recommend it. The law school is currently #19 in the US News rankings. More importantly, it is on the way up. The university as a whole is one of the most prestigious in the U.S., consistently ranked from 9-12.

WashU has a beautiful campus in a gorgeous neighborhood on the edge of St. Louis - in a wealthy suburb called Clayton. I really enjoyed my time in St. Louis. Contrary to what you may have read, St. Louis is a safe place to live. The high crime rate you read about comes from a blighted section of the north side of the city. If you don't live in that area, and you won't, you will never see it. In other words, if you don't go where you have no business being, you will not have any problems. I enjoyed my 4 years there very much, found it to be a beautiful, fun city, and never experienced any problems with crime or personal safety.
How do I choose from these schools if I would like to come back my country after LL.M.? Could anyone give me some suggestion?

USC tuition$42000
Rank 16 and Good weather. However, everything very expensive.

WUSTL tuition $40000
Very good reputation in general. However, is St. Louis a safe city?

BU tuition $36000
Very good location. However, housing is very expensive.

U. of Wisconsin-Madison (M.L.I. program) tuition $32000
A city good for living. However, rank 31.

U. of Washington tuition $26000
Tuition is cheap. However, rank 28.
I earned my J.D. from WUSTL. I had a fantastic experience there and would highly recommend it. The law school is currently #19 in the US News rankings. More importantly, it is on the way up. The university as a whole is one of the most prestigious in the U.S., consistently ranked from 9-12.

WashU has a beautiful campus in a gorgeous neighborhood on the edge of St. Louis - in a wealthy suburb called Clayton. I really enjoyed my time in St. Louis. Contrary to what you may have read, St. Louis is a safe place to live. The high crime rate you read about comes from a blighted section of the north side of the city. If you don't live in that area, and you won't, you will never see it. In other words, if you don't go where you have no business being, you will not have any problems. I enjoyed my 4 years there very much, found it to be a beautiful, fun city, and never experienced any problems with crime or personal safety.
<blockquote>How do I choose from these schools if I would like to come back my country after LL.M.? Could anyone give me some suggestion?

USC tuition$42000
Rank 16 and Good weather. However, everything very expensive.

WUSTL tuition $40000
Very good reputation in general. However, is St. Louis a safe city?

BU tuition $36000
Very good location. However, housing is very expensive.

U. of Wisconsin-Madison (M.L.I. program) tuition $32000
A city good for living. However, rank 31.

U. of Washington tuition $26000
Tuition is cheap. However, rank 28.
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