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Current Law Students / Re: How can I improve 1L spring grades?
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:53:24 AM »
What's sad is I have already started to morph into a freaking superdork myself.

Current Law Students / Re: lsat score and grades in law school
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:50:59 AM »
Ronald Hyatt is hilarious!!! ;D

Root? Did you go to WVU?

Current Law Students / Re: Georgetown vs. BU $$$
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:30:09 AM »
You got money, you wanna practice in that area...what were you deciding again? Oh, whether you want to be a rank whore or not?

Current Law Students / Re: Is Fordham Law worth 180k in debt?
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:28:16 AM »
Hell no.

Current Law Students / Re: Considering law school...fill me in
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:23:04 AM »
You sound like you will fit in perfectly at Cooley.

Always beware of the attrition rate of a law school...go to and check for yourself.

Current Law Students / Re: How can I improve 1L spring grades?
« on: March 09, 2007, 09:13:21 AM »
Kill yourself you freaking dork!!! :D 8) ::)

Current Law Students / Re: Does this make any sense at all to you?
« on: March 03, 2007, 03:29:23 AM »
If you take more than one year off, the law school will more than likely release you, meaning force you to withdraw. Than according to the ABA you have to sit out of law school 2 years, sometimes 3 for some schools, but you can look it up. When and if, you decide to go back, I am one of the few I am sure, then you will more than likely have to get a letter of good standing from your prior law school, so you will have to petition the readmittance board for the letter which will allow you to reapply at that school or at others. Make sure to get the letter in advance before you apply, it took me like a month to get mine from the prior school. Did I answer everything oh yeah, it sucks, I completed my 1l year at prior school, but now have to restart from scratch...which if your grades weren't like top 10 percent you should not feel bad about anyways because you will have another hance to do much better, plus you will know the routine. If you have to leave law school for the two years, get your paralegal certification from an ABA approved school, check community colleges first before dishing out a wad of money. When you reapply law schools will really see that you are focused on the law and be willing to accept you more than likely, trust me, what you are experienced I have lived. If you can stay in school.

Current Law Students / What law school has the best quality of life?
« on: March 03, 2007, 03:18:19 AM »
I am sure most West Coast people would say Pepperdine or something like that,m but seriously what law school do you feel is in an area that makes law school easier to deal with and why? I am considering West Virginia University as I am probably getting a full ride there. Morgantown, the city where WVU is located, is continually ranked in the top 5 best places to live in the US. I also understand it to be a great party school, even though I dont plan on partying at all at least the first year. The thing that sold me was the proximity to so many different cities (Washington, Pittsburgh, Arlington, and such), and the outdoor activities I could do in my offtime (kayaking, hiking, snowboarding, etc...)

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