« on: February 22, 2007, 12:28:28 PM »
Very good article UChi2L. Sent it to some friends who are starting law school in the fall.
LSAT :154 A,A,A,A- But michigan student does make a good point as to the level of competition. What would be interesting to see is how well a student with a low LSAT does after a transfer to a T1 school
You can't infer a faulty correlation from a single data point.
Also, your LSAT score likely placed you at a school where students have similar scores. Thus, the correlation between scores and grades will be lower than if you were competing with a random sample of students from all law schools.
I don't think the OP was doing anything but enjoying his/her solid first semester grades.
Thanks for being Debbie Downer and continuing to argue with every single person on both LSD boards.
i know you are not a lawyer, thats why u are on a lawschool board. I am so a doctor now as I have seen er, so do not asume I am not a doctor, screw the ama and the aba I am now a doctor
There might be the germ of a thought in here, but the syntax is so mangled that I couldn't tease any meaning from this sentence.
We have several associates at my firm from UofM. I would be willing to bet that even if you had a 3.0 at that school you would still be very highly pursued.
Thanks. What city is your firm in, and how large is the firm?