I'm also interested in this. And I'd like to know a more basic question: should we take the time to brief cases?
I don't know that either in and of themselves are a predictor of law school success. I think it is about the thinking/study/reading skills and endurance that got you there. All pretty easy so far? It's a crapshoot. Had to work hard and had success - better odds
no t4 students are unlike normal people in all walks of life, that's why they couldn't get into a top 100 school. they don't date, drink or do anything enjoyable, they just sit around all day and commiserate about how they bad on the lsat
In alphabetic order:
Capital - $25,000
Cooley - $23,000
Florida Coastal - $25,000
Golden Gate - $30,000
John Marshall (Atlanta) - $24,000
John Marshall (Chicago) - $30,000
New England - $25,000
Northern Kentucky - Chase - $22,000
Nova SE - $26,000
Regent - $24,000
Roger Williams - $27,000
Southern - $11,000 :: DOES IT REALLY HAVE TO BE LISTED HERE, THEN?!
St. Thomas (Miami) - $26,000
Thomas Jefferson - $29,000
Thurgud Marshall - $14,000 :: THIS ONE TOO!
Whittier - $30,000
Widener - $29,000