Thanks. I read the link. While it says the weapon and purse snatching charges were under 18 it dosnt say if they were sealed, but I am assuming that they must have been to get into law school.
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Some non-aba CA colleges do require the LSAT but normally take much lower scores.
You guys do realise that the students at these schools have to take the first year minibar right? That proves at least some intelligence since most people who sit it dont pass it. It sucks for a lot of freshman that pay for a year and then fail the exam but it does weed out a lot of the students. If they offered it at ABA schools it would weed out a lot of students.
The minibar just tests Ks, crim, and torts. You should be able to do those pretty well after 1L unless you're retarded or got a total poo education.
Yeah MBW, stop denying that people of color were treated unfairly in the past!
I know that to get Native rights the tribes make you take a DNA test, but for schools I think multi racial people can pick either box they want. Remember untill just a few decades ago 1/8 black was black for legal reasons with the "seperate but equal" system. You are twice that much of your seond race. I'd say if you look dark with high cheek bones and thick hair you'll not get messed with too much. Just dont be one of those guys who's whitter than bleached paper and bragging about his nonwhite heritage. I see people doing that, it pisses everyone off.(especially if you do it on a casino) I am pretty sure that its your choice though since I have known mixed race people who mark either or as they chose.
You have absolutely no f*cking clue as to what you're talking about. Please, STOP providing false and misleading information. Just STOP. You're becoming a menace.
Most adjuncts only have JDs. It seems to me that the majority of the tenured professors either have LLMs or the Doctor of Law; or they have a JD and a doctorate in some other field (economics, is a common one.) However, that is not universally true- several profs have only JDs.
I don't think they are better or worse. I just find them to be very different from my experience. I was pretty conversational with my undergrad profs, but for the most part I avoided ls profs like the plague. Most of them are very socially awkward people, I found. Get to know your legal writing prof and 1 substantive prof if it kills you since having 1 who could write a letter for you for transfer/job/whatever is very important and none of your classmates will really expend time on that front.