Low employment numbers (the easiest category to game), low bar passage rate, 153 LSAT at the 75th percentile, and low GPA. Tell me why it shouldn't be in the fourth tier?
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G-town isn't top 10, but it's got to set you up pretty well right?
Then again, I'm kinda in the camp of, if you stand out as a great student and mover & shaker - you're gonna play with the big boys no matter what... if, of course, that's what you want. I don't plan on working for a big firm (intrigued by Public Interest, actually) - but I think as long as I'm in a T2 school or higher, I'll be able to wiggle my way in to something good. I hope.
do any of you know of a case where trespass occured to reclaim the trespasser's property?
been searching but nothing yet...
I prefer them both for different reasons. For me, Lexis is a little easier to use for primary case law and I prefer their headnotes system. The annotated statutes are organized better. I also prefer the case briefs in Lexis. I find that searching secondary authority is easier for me in Westlaw. Also, the Research Train is better than the History in Lexis.