Hey guys. I was in the Army for sometime and went to college after I got out. I decided I wanted to go to lawschool but I didn't have a load of bread and my grades were not so hot. So I took my LSATS got a 148. I got rejected from every school I applied to but a school in school in Massachusetts that was unaccredited. I didn't really know what that meant at the time and they were sort of sketchy on that until i was paid up.
Anyways, I am looking to get out. Unfortunately I am a L2 already. Anyone know if I can still transfer somewhere else.
Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of ABA schools that will accept a non ABA transfer. However, there's a handful out there that will. Chapman Law School in California is one. Laverne Law School is another....also in California. And the University of Arkansas-Little Rock also accept state accredited law school transfers. I believe there's another school but those are the one's that I'm aware of. You may have to do some research but there's only a handful of school and I think I already named most of them.
Good luck to you!