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I wish you the best of luck in that. When we were younger it didn't cross our minds that later on some of those things will actually come back to haunt us just like parents have always said. ;)

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: Cool Little Article with Exam Tips
« on: January 09, 2010, 03:00:29 AM »
How considerate of you to maintain a blog for studying. I'm always looking for new resources, free ones of course. So far I love this forum,another large forum I found and the place in my signature. I'm hoping between them all I may actually learn something. :D

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Transferring / Re: Should I even consider transferring?
« on: January 08, 2010, 05:31:38 AM »
I agree however if it is something that you truly want to do then go ahead and try. Even when statistics are piled against you and odds are slim, there is sometimes still a possibility. If you do not try the you never know 100%. You just need to weigh your odds out well.

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I'm sure there have been schools which have had administrators do this however there should be some type of action that could be taken by the student if it came down to something like this happening.

anything is possible but it is very, very unlikely.

That is sad that a student of law would have to worry about something like this to begin with. People have always said that every system no matter how small, always has a loophole. I guess this is one of them. :) Pretend you didn't attempt to transfer and go on with your studies. If nothing is said then all is well right?

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General Board / Re: Military intelligence background
« on: January 07, 2010, 04:15:58 PM »
What are the issues with a person posting their qualifications and status in military on a forum for discussion? Sorry I do not know what the issue is. Going into law I would figure this is something I could benefit from knowing.

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I'm sure there have been schools which have had administrators do this however there should be some type of action that could be taken by the student if it came down to something like this happening.

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I am not certain where you reside however I was under the impression that non-felony convictions were removed after 10 years of appropriate conduct. Am I wrong?

You still have to disclose them to your school and state bar in most cases.

Wow, I bet that is tough on some of the older students who have records that are crazy from back in their teen years. So happy I stayed out of "that kind" of trouble. :)

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Non-Traditional Students / Is tradition changing?
« on: January 02, 2010, 06:56:25 PM »
I've noticed that in recent years it seems the traditional student may be the one who is becoming the non-traditional student. More people are studying law after age 30 who may have children and a husband while most students do not have either. What do you think the tradition is supposed to be?

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General Board / Re: Daycare while in LS
« on: January 02, 2010, 12:20:52 AM »
If you can't find a discounted daycare that is associated with your school then you should be able to apply for assistance based on your income. The assistance programs are usually state based. You should call the school business administration office and ask them.

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Non-Traditional Students / Re: What are the chances???
« on: January 02, 2010, 12:17:08 AM »
I agree with Ninja. I think you need to get those LSATS up. I know many people who shot for UCLA and didn't get in due to those LSAT scores even though their GPA looked good. Don't let your age hold you back from your dreams!

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