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Current Law Students / Re: What does the SBA do at your school?
« on: March 20, 2007, 07:37:41 PM »
They organize where the bar review will be held each Thursday  ;D 

Current Law Students / Re: Where does the bottom 50% end up?
« on: March 19, 2007, 08:37:54 PM »
Right... 90% of the class at a T14 can get a biglaw job, if they want it.

I was responding to the OP, who is at a T2.

I don't think the top half of a t2 has the "option" of a biglaw job.  I top 15% is more like it give or take 10% depending on the market

Current Law Students / Re: 3.23UGPA + 141LSAT Please Advise
« on: March 19, 2007, 08:34:12 PM »
I would strongly advise taking next year off, working and studying for the LSAT.  Take it again in the fall.  You have an O.K average.  If you study hard enough and raise that score up, you will have a better shot at getting into a decent school.  Best of Luck 8)

U of Texas - Austin / Re: Advice Needed
« on: March 11, 2007, 02:04:42 PM »
impressive resume, all you need is a strong LSAT :D

anything is possible if you believe in magic!! :P

Current Law Students / Re: How can I improve 1L spring grades?
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:15:20 AM »
There is no where to go but down from this point!!!  :o

j/k.  I suggest more practice exams earlier on.

Current Law Students / Re: info on western state, la verne, FCSL
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:13:16 AM »
why not try Cal Western?

Current Law Students / Re: How to become a professor?
« on: March 07, 2007, 11:06:21 AM »
you have to graduate from the highest possible school that you can (The higher end of of the T-14 helps), Judicial Clerkship (Federal appellate level or higher helps a lot), law review, and being the top of your class.  This is the criteria for teaching at the top schools. Most schools throughout the tier system have equally high criteria.  Although, if you do well at the school you go to, you have a good chance of becoming a teacher at the school.  How would it look if   some tier 3 school didn't hire any of its grads?  I am sure the people from more elite school will have a competitive edge over everyone else, but people from all schools have some fraction of the class that ends up in academia.  Some schools just have higher percentages. 

No you don;t have to write a big report or a dissertation.  You can take classes were you can submit a paper as a final instead of an inclass exam.  And I know that there are comparative law classes that allow you to compare different legal systems.   

Current Law Students / Re: Best Laptop Notebook for Law School?
« on: March 06, 2007, 03:01:29 PM »
While I know that most schools do not recommend macs, I just could not resist when my man Jobs put out this badboy.

I think this is a preview of the '08 model, could be wrong though.  A little more $$$, but definitely worth the extra jingle.

And if you're in a real law school, you're going to need a real phone, and not one of those sissy razors.  I mean a REAL phone.

Yup, that should do the trick.


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