I am going to NYU's information session tomorrow and Columbia's information session next week.
I went to NYU's visit to my undergrad a few years ago, and remember some things I liked about the school, but I'm not sure if those experiences are typical for law school, since I only went to one information session. ("Lawyering" class and opportunities to study abroad)
Is it just like visiting undergrad, or can you actually expect to meet with deans of admission? Will someone be remembering our name and judging us?
They say that people should be prepared to asked questions - what are some good questions to ask to find out what makes that school unique?
What should I research about the school before I visit?
There are so many variables into what's in a school and the JD program, I thought I would ask here from someone who might have experience
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