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    Harvard, Stanford or Yale?

    If you had intent on pursuing a Juris Doctorate/law degree with any of the aforementioned and can only choose one, which would it be and why?

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    You Went To\Are the Majority Shareholder In All Of Them..Which One Do YOU Think?

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    lol y you askin baby mommas who barely have a GED or Jimmy Choos about something so advanced beyond our station :
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    Yale.. Depending ont the career track and if you want to get into politics or academia as opposed to being a law firm attorney. Yale is top seed as far as law schools go... Plus ct closer lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taj View Post
    lol y you askin baby mommas who barely have a GED or Jimmy Choos about something so advanced beyond our station :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taj View Post
    lol y you askin baby mommas who barely have a GED or Jimmy Choos about something so advanced beyond our station :
    I'm trying to garner public opinion of the three before making my final decision. Thanks.

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    Good question


    All 3 are good, but I would choose Harvard. Harvard alumni has a lot of opportunities.


    Yale is second

    Stanford is mostly known for its sciences and engineering.

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    phd in law??

    you plan on becoming a professor??
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoilyKinks View Post
    I'm trying to garner public opinion of the three before making my final decision. Thanks.
    the answer is whichever one gives you the most advantages
    the alumni you know personally etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyrastafari View Post
    Yale.. Depending ont the career track and if you want to get into politics or academia as opposed to being a law firm attorney. Yale is top seed as far as law schools go... Plus ct closer lol
    I *heart* Yale but I seriously have no intent on pursuing the academia or Supreme Court/appellate court clerkship route (Yale is ideal for such). I've also went to school in CT for undergrad and want a change. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyrastafari View Post
    Yale.. Depending ont the career track and if you want to get into politics or academia as opposed to being a law firm attorney. Yale is top seed as far as law schools go... Plus ct closer lol
    Yale law better than Harvard Law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingram_Gordon View Post
    phd in law??

    you plan on becoming a professor??
    No, I plan on pursuing a law degree. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoilyKinks View Post
    I'm trying to garner public opinion of the three before making my final decision. Thanks.
    steups.

    y not make a poll on fb so your friends and associates can answer.

    anyway this exchange is pointless, later
    “A sharp knife never proclaims it’s sharpness to the world…but the first to fall against it becomes it’s advocate.”

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