Any movement on the waitlist?
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I've noticed that a lot of law schools do summer abroad. Is this a common thing for some law students to do after 1L? I've always wanted to do it and never got around to it in UG.
I was thinking that it would hurt my chances of getting a job the next year b/c I wouldn't be "working" as a 1L, but then I have the next 50 years to work. I'd rather do something cool when I can. Input?
Just got my first acceptance letter to New England School of Law. It came in a small thin envelope. I'm pretty happy! I don't know that much about the school, except that they have a mental health law clinic which I want to do. The down side is that I will potentially competing with a lot of other schools in the area. I'm still waiting to hear from schools closer to home (Maryland).Any info on the school is appreciated!
I'm going to Paris with my sisters the thrid week of Feb and need some advice on the shoe situation. I'll obviously be doig a lot of walking in the freezing cold, so wondering if ugg boots are acceptable (but dress up the rest of outfit, so I don't look like a bum). I don't want to scream "i'm american" but then again I need to stay warm and comfortable. They will probably be the warmest, although I'm not normally a huge fan of the shoes. Any thoughts?
I was completing my apps last night through LSACD on the web, but only some of my schools have certification letters to sign and mail back. I thought all electronic apps require it? The ones I can't get are the ones that require I pay online, can I get the letter after that somehow?
I am ready to send in all my apps, but waiting for my last year of grad school grades to be processed. I got an email today saying they just received it (after 3 weeks!) and will take about 2 weeks to process. Should I send or wait it out?
I basically know that I am a 3 or 4th tier applicant, but looking for schools that I might have missed. Here's my info. Graduated with a 3.1 from UG which wsa converted into a sucky 2.7. I totally slacked off my first 2 years at school which is the reason for the law GPA. But the last 2 years, I have over a 3.4 each semester. I wrote an addendum adressing that. First LSAT 150 and recently got a 153 (after practicing around the high 150's), so bit of a shock there. 3.7 grad school GPA in psychology.
I want to go into mental health/family law so the top tier schools are not really that much of a priority. I'm from Maryland and want to stay somewhat local or less than 6 hours away. Here's my list so far: U of Baltimore, Widener, Suffolk, Pace, Penn State Dickinson, Quinnipiac (spelling?). Most of these schools have concentrations or clinics within my area of interest. I really, really wanted to go to Villanova, but think that is pretty much out. But not sure if I should apply anyway? Any thoughts or advice is neeed!