UC Irvine School of Law is set to open in 2009. My bad if this info was already posted somewhere.
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It is really expensive!!!! I called schools last year and asked them for conditional admittances... I am applying to CLEO again..
I highly disagree with the advice given here. I have a very dear friend who got into GA State's full time program with a GPA lower than yours, a 151 LSAT and no Master's degree. She was also a non-trad w/ a spouse & kids your same age at the time....
Don't listen to the nay-sayers. Go ahead and apply, and sell yourself to the Adcoms. My friend said most of her classmates had Master's degrees. She was one of the few without one. Looks like you have a lot going for you.
Best wishes to you.
That's great, but was she a URM? That would make a big difference. If she wasn't, then she must have had one heck of a personal statement, or cured cancer, because she was almost certainly a presumptive denial.
All you have to do is look at Georgia State's data on LSAC and see that there's not much of a chance to get in purely based on the OP's stats. However, a few people in his range were admitted. That being said, it overwhelming percentages are against him.
But you never know. The OP should go ahead an apply. A 3.7 masters GPA is nothing to scoff at.
This is not on topic, but who is the woman in your profile pic?
very new school, so not a lot of connections. Very high tuition for that kind of uncertainty. If you can muster the couple points, I would go to Ga. State instead b/c it is a Much better school!
TITCR-I would attempt to get into Georgia State before going here. There are people in Atlanta that are unfamiliar with the school if that says anything.