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Current Law Students / Re: Law Schools To Avoid At All Costs!
« on: May 19, 2009, 06:35:14 PM »
Ah yes, schools to avoid.  Yes, let's just list random lower-tiered law schools.  I've got some facts for you author.  In Rhode Island and all the surrounding states, Roger Williams University School of Law is way above the average in its passage rates on the Bar Exam.

MA - 93% (tied with Boston College, trailing only Harvard and BU)
NY - 91%
CT - 90%

Overall, 90% of those who took the CT or RI bar exam passed their first time out.  All of these numbers exceed the states' average pass rates.

Finally, RWU Law was just ranked 4th in New England (a region that contains Harvard, Yale, BC, BU, Northeaster, UConn, Quinnipiac, and Suffolk), for the academic and educational accomplishments of our professors.  Please feel free to check out our faculty at

Current Law Students / Re: Mailbox Rule
« on: May 19, 2009, 05:35:46 PM »
Plainly stated. the MAILBOX RULE states that whatever is SENT first is what is valid. further your use of revocation does not makes sense in this case. the offeree cannot "revoke." he can reject the offer, but cannot revoke the offer because he is not the offeror. Once the acceptance is put in the mail the contract is valid given there is sufficient consideration. the so called "revocation" is actually a "breach." the offeree is breaching the contract by telling the offeror that he is not going to fulfill the agreement. 

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