USD because it has better weather, lower 1L attrition, better scholarship, and the IP folks at Santa Clara skew their numbers.
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: OBAMA a liar, vote for Nader if you want Change! List of Obama's Lies.« on: July 02, 2008, 05:25:07 PM »
OK let's vote for a liar who has shady real estate dealings, then claims to have been naive, even though he went to Columbia (ivy) then Harvard Law, and was lecturing at Chicago Law School. Doesn't sound like he fell off the turnip truck to me.
« on: July 02, 2008, 04:21:51 PM »
(1) Obama said during the primary season that he would vote to block blanket immunity for telecommunications companies in connection with post-Sept. 11 eavesdropping. Now that he got the nomination, he's announced he'll vote in favor of immunity.
(2) During the primaries, Obama said he would insist on renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement to stop Mexico and Canada from abusing the system to harm the American economy. Now victorious, he supports the existing agreement.
(3) While seeking left-wing votes for the nomination, he said he would meet with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad without preconditions. The nomination sewn up, he no longer has any such intention.
(4) Filled with primary fervor, he said he could "no more disown Jeremiah Wright than his own grandmother." A few months later, he disowned him.
(5) Obama pledged unconditionally that he would accept public financing during the general election while he was talking to left-wing voters who despise the "fat cats." Now that he's been anointed, he's rejected public funding.
(6) An editorial in the Post adds yet another: Obama promised during the primary season to participate in a series of inclusive town-hall meetings with his opponent John McCain. McCain is still ready to do it, but now as the front runner Obama is backing out like a cowardly and very common politician. Change you can believe in?
HE IS A FRAUD.
General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / How lond do private loans take to go through...generally? Thanks.« on: June 03, 2008, 03:55:37 PM »
from the point I apply to the point I get $$$$$$$$$$.
« on: June 03, 2008, 03:47:20 PM »
A 2.75 GPA will only disqualify you from 5 or 6 schools. A high LSAT will make you competitive almost anywhere, including several T14 schools. Just focus on getting your score up and apply accordingly.
ever consider the Broadway School of Refrigerator repair? If you try very hard you could bring up your LSAT to 155. This would get you into T4's like La Verne and Whittier. I think Chapman and SoWestern are out of reach for you. I think La Verne would be a good choice. I think it is a decent school, and though they tend not to make much money upon graduation- they do seem to land mediocre jobs in the inland empire.
You know that competition is tough in LS and that all those other strivers are shooting for the top of the class to prove that they are not worthless TTTers.