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Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: GULC PT v Cornell
« on: April 10, 2008, 10:52:20 PM »
Thanks for the input guys -- I'm a bit concerned about what employers think about PT deal, but if that isn't an issue, I think I'm ok with the whole PT->FT thing and would love being in DC. Anyone have any information on this?

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Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / GULC PT v Cornell
« on: April 05, 2008, 11:24:55 PM »
I know Cornell is higher in USNWR but I get the sense that GULC is the better school. I would like to make it back to California after law school. Thoughts?

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Perhaps beating a dead horse here, but could use some input. I've gotten into George Washington (Among the top IP programs), Boston University (good IP program) and Georgetown Part-time. If I plan on doing IP law in California, which of these options is my best bet? I've read that IP rankings don't matter too much, which would seem to mean that I should go to Georgetown, but would it be worth another year in school? And if not, Boston U. seems to have better "Career Prospects" according to Princeton Review as well as a good IP program also so that seems like another good option. Any input would be MUCH appreciated.

Thanks!

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Law School Admissions / Need advice about law schools to apply to
« on: September 13, 2007, 09:56:47 PM »
I've been taking a look at different law schools, and I'm a bit confused about the best places to apply to. My stats are: 3.94 GPA (UCLA, Electrical Engineering), 3.9 (Stanford, Electrical Engineering Masters), and 163 LSAT. As you can see my LSAT is hurting me. I also have about 5 years of work experience as an engineer as well. What would be the best bets for me?

My tenative list for now is:
Boalt as a stretch
UCLA
UT Austin
Boston U
GW U
Fordham
UIUC
University of Washington
Davis

Advice? Other schools, less schools?

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I've been taking a look at different law schools, and I'm a bit confused about the best places to apply to. My stats are: 3.94 GPA (UCLA, Electrical Engineering), 3.9 (Stanford, Electrical Engineering Masters), and 163 LSAT. As you can see my LSAT is hurting me. I also have about 5 years of work experience as an engineer as well. What would be the best bets for me?

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