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U Michigan Vs UVA


Replies to: U Michigan Vs UVA

  • AlexandreAlexandre Registered User Posts: 24,693 Senior Member
    edited April 2017
    ThankYouforHelp, you make a good point, although residents make up 65% of LSA students, so it stands to reason that a large portion of Michigan graduates who enroll at Michigan Law are residents. I doubt the Law School distinguishes based on resident status. Other than the Medical school, graduate programs at Michigan are not obligated to admitting residents.
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  • ThankYouforHelpThankYouforHelp Registered User Posts: 1,295 Senior Member
    Agreed. I'm pretty sure Law School admissions distinguishes a little - the last thing you want to do is aggravate the Michigan Legislature. :D
  • rugby1rugby1 Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    We did the admitted students visit at both GT and JHU, he liked both the money is the same. I think he is leaning JHU, because its not as religious. He was a little put off by the Crucifix in the classrooms.
  • areid411areid411 Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
    He can't go wrong with either schools but I think Mich is better. It has everything anyone could want in a school and its top notch
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