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What criteria is used for LLM acceptances?  How does the difficulty vary at different schools?  Just wondering.

Choosing the Right Law School / Any future Drexel 1L's here?
« on: April 13, 2007, 06:15:10 PM »
I am trying to get a messageboard started for future Drexel students.  Email me at ks2pa2007 at for a link.

Law School Admissions / What happened to the search feature?
« on: March 19, 2007, 04:45:31 PM »
I realize theres the features on the main page but is there a way we can access the GOOD search feature?  The one that allowed you to sort posts by relevance, newness etc.??

I am trying to decide between a full ride at Drexel and 12k/yr at Temple (i am out of state).  This is what i calculate
-20,000/year to live in Philly and buy books.

Drexel=Approx 40k debt.  Do you think i would be able to work off 20k during 2L summer from a brand new school? 
Work= -20k

Living= 60k

Do you think Drexel would really be 40k or would it be closer to 50k or 60k?  Do you think the extra $$$ is worth it to attend Temple?

Just wondering if I could potentially transfer from Drexel after my 1L since they should get provisional accreditation by the end of my 1L.

Has anyone here visited This site seems to be filled with people complaining at the job market for people with JD's. Is it really as bad as they make it seem. What about for people looking at upper tier 2 schools?

So i am pretty much set on living in philadelphia this fall.  However i have received a very tempting offer from Seton Hall  $27,000k/year.  I am kind of against taking it because i will not live in Newark.  However do you think it would be to much of a strain to commute?  Is it possible to take a train?  Any insight is appreciated.

Just curious what you would choose:
Temple: $12,000 NON-renewable
Drexel: Full Tuition
Rutgers-Camden: $5,000/yr (if i maintain a 3.5  :o)
Seton Hall: $27,000 (if 3.0)


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