« on: October 18, 2009, 12:34:09 PM »
Cooley will probably take you, UDM might, but you're much better off re-taking the LSAT and shooting for something higher.
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Do you mean you got in for fall 2009? And, may I ask, what was your score? I am pretty bummed about mine...but it was in the top 87th for some strange reason.
Sounds like the OP is talking about taking the June 2008 LSAT, and getting into Toledo for Fall 2008.
I would probably side with Akron because Toledo is surprisingly ill-connected in the Detroit market so Toledo will pretty much leave you in Toledo.
Like most law students who scored well on the LSAT, I had a choice between going to a school like Toledo on scholarship or going to a much better school and taking out a ton of loans. In my case, it was really only a hypothetical choice, because I took the LSAT last June and Toledo offered me a full scholarship less than two months later. Given the fact my wife has a great job that would carry our household bills throughout law school, and that I could commute to Toledo, it was a no-brainer.
But based on my numbers, I'm pretty sure I would have gotten into plenty of schools in the 15 to 30 range in the US News rankings.
What's the biggest difference between those schools and Toledo? On campus interviews.