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I just spoke with ASU and they do not have a Spring Start. I'l looking at entering as a First Year Law Student in the Spring of 2010 because I graduate July 2009. I'm taking the LSAT June 2009 so I can apply for Early Admission 2010. If I can get into a good law school that has a Spring 2010 start date then that would be great, if not I will wait until Fall 2010.

Thanks in advance for any advice!!


I currently attend classes at U of P one night a week and let me be one of the first people on this thread to like what the university has to offer. I work more than 40 hours a week and still keep up my 3.5+ GPA. I read someone saying that U of P graduates score low on the LSAT and let me comment about that....I have taken PRACTICE tests and scored higher than 140 without studying. I am enrolled in the KAPLAN course for the LSAT starting in Feb. and I'm sure with the help of that course I will raise my LSAT score high enough to be accepted into a Tier 1 Law School. I think its all how positive one is when trying to get into Law School. I am a VERY non-traditional student having graduated high school in 1988. I received my AA degree in 2000 and now just going back getting my BA. I have a long work history, plenty of life experiences, a good GPA, and now all I need to do is score high on the LSAT in June. U of P is just a stepping stone for my final goal.

Thank you...I just checked Stetson University and I think your right. They only had Spring 2009 Fall 2009 and Fall 2010 on the drop down menu when I was requesting information.

Oh looks like I may have to wait until Fall 2010 to get into a law school.

Thanks for all your help!


Minority and Non-Traditional Law Students / Spring Admission Law Schools
« on: December 09, 2008, 09:37:34 PM »
Which Law Schools have Spring Admission? I know that South Texas College of Law does, but what other law school allow students to start in the Spring? Any suggestions would help!

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