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Ok so I have pretty mediocre grades, around 50th percentile, maybe a little lower, had a 161 on my lsat and a pretty horrid undergrad GPA. I was prior enlisted for six years, but in those six years, I had a semi rough period and had a 3 EPR once. Having said all of this, is there any chance in Hades of me getting in or should I not even bother? I'd appreciate any and all honest opinions. Thanks a lot.

what? they're graded on a curve...

I was stationed at charleston, it was great.

and on and on and on and on...

I was thinking about applying for JAG...I have no idea about how to go about it.  I was active duty for six years before I went to law school.  Can I still apply even though I'm graduating in May?

Current Law Students / Re: LRW not really as demanding?
« on: September 27, 2006, 12:17:25 AM »
I never read the book for LRW last year. ever

Current Law Students / Re:
« on: September 06, 2006, 07:28:49 AM »
The free ones are a great way to get started but I go straight to a commercial site if I'm in a hurry and don't have time to sift through the crap.  I've found to be good...the audio sites are cool but I take it in a little better if I'm able to download or print a brief out.  Whatever works...

If it's just a text brief you want, why not just use Lexis or Westlaw?  They are easy to find and free. is meant for listening in your car or at the gym when you can't read.   

First, not all universities provide access to Lexis or Westlaw. Second, these sights are for legal research not for in-class case brief study aids.

Most students purchase suppl. study aids to assist in their studies, and is a source I have found useful because of the quality and the fact that you case purchase individual cases.[

name me one school that doesnt offer westlaw or lexis! 

Im a 2L and I gotta disagree with you guys.  This board, if nothing else is a chance to vent.  If you're tired of the threads don't read 'em.  I dont read them and they dont bother me

Current Law Students / Re: Fall course load
« on: August 30, 2006, 01:27:07 PM »
you are at a school that teaches con law in the second year...interesting.

we dont have con law the first year.  We just have to take it before we graduate

Current Law Students / Re: Classes too easy
« on: August 30, 2006, 01:26:40 PM »
its not that the information gets that much more difficult, its that it just never stops coming and starts to pile up along with LRW.  Just wait till November

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