« on: October 09, 2005, 09:20:21 PM »
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I just finished my first week as a 1L and the stereotype of bitchy, snobby law students is true
Well, with all of the greed, backstabbing, and big egos that characterize lawyers and the law profession in general, how could it be otherwise?
a classmate of mine today told me that it is extremely hard for you to transfer because most law schools "won't let you do it." she said that she had a friend who tried to transfer but the school she was at just wouldn't release her records to the school she wanted to transfer to. now, i have never heard this before, but is this a problem that you can seriously face? like i said in a previous post, i'm at a 4T and i need to get the hell out of here!
LOL marketster, I know what you mean!
« on: October 09, 2005, 08:46:28 PM »
Oh well, Jacy, this has been discussed before at great length, I'm not going to repeat it again.
« on: October 09, 2005, 08:33:16 PM »
Speaking of being average...
Big undergraduate names simply do not tell anything about the quality of the student. Remember, they are at a T4 school with you because they suck at something -- either their undergrad GPA or LSAT score was low enough.
However, there's a catch -- when figuring out your first semester grades, professors will like to think most of the time that a 3.2 GPA from Harvard is way more respectable than a 3.7 GPA from, say, DePaul. Similarly, if you entered with an LSAT score of 158, but only had a GPA of 3.0, you'll be looked down upon by professors when compared to the Harvard guy with a 3.2 GPA, but with a LSAT of only 152.
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