I'm currently at Clemson Univ. and plan on going to law school next year. If I"m just planning going into a small practice and not big law, does it really matter what law school I attend and my graduating rank?
For instance, I know an attorney who went to a non-ABA school(One that doesn't even exist anymore) and he is in a 2 partner practice bringing in $150,000 a year.
If I plan on practicing law in my own state, and I decide/or I'm forced to go to a state accredited Law School(ie. John Marshall Law School-Atlanta), what are the major differences in ABA vs. Non-ABA approved other than practicing in other states?
I'm currently a junior with a 3.35 GPA in Finance. I plan on taking the LSAT this spring. Suppose I made a 150-155(Thats what I've been making on the "practice tests"), what tier would I generally be placed in? I'm looking for a school in the Southeast...any suggestions on realistic schools for me?