I would be interested in the same information. Living in a very safe neighborhood.
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« on: June 12, 2011, 09:20:49 PM »
How is this program? I am thinking this will be one of the few schools I can get into. How many hours do you have to carry? Can you go part time? I think I need these classes. I am an older student.
« on: June 12, 2011, 08:43:40 PM »
Wouldn't it depend on where you are working? There are some extremely conservative law firms that might not let women have them either, just as they wouldn't let me have tatoos all over and lots of piercings. Unfortunatly, many law firms clients they defend have dreads and they don't have the character you do. The world hasn't evolved alot, I do think for some jobs it could work against you.
« on: June 12, 2011, 08:24:26 PM »
I wouldn't. You have a great gpa. You can talk about all of your good qualities. I have a disability and it hurts me when I disclose it but I live in the South and its conservative here. You can always register with disability services once accepted to get your accomodations.
« on: June 12, 2011, 08:10:12 PM »
You can go where ever you want with those scores. Have you applied to Duke? They will take military references and personal references so will Wake Forest and Campbell. Schools in North Carolina are extremely military friendly.
« on: June 12, 2011, 08:06:05 PM »
I was a Finance major in college, worked in accounting a long time. I got sick and haven't worked regularly in eight years. I could care less about ever working with numbers again. I have always been interested in helping people, especially those who got something they didn't deserve. There are so many people that need help. The field of eldercare is constantly growing it doesn't constantly have to be about big business. I am still searching like you, I am 34. I don't know if I can do it, but I'm gonna try.
« on: June 12, 2011, 07:55:47 PM »
There are many states that will let you practice law with a felony. There are others that will give you a probationary license until you prove you can do the job competently. You could check with your local bar association. I would think you would have to show you are currently stable and in a treatment program if need be.
It sounds like you are down, but I would not give up this opportunity. You can always try it and if you don't like it after a year you can quit. In this economy this degree will open doors for you. Thats alot of negative self talk, remember the economy is not good so going to school right now is a good option.
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