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Non-Traditional Students / Undergrad GPA
« on: May 22, 2002, 11:45:42 AM »
   Is there any way to make up for a low undergrad GPA?  I graduated from Wake Forest University in 97 with a pretty low GPA.  I have my masters degree and will soon have a PhD in Neurobiology and I am interested in intellectual property law.  My graduate GPA is a 3.91.  My LSAT scores were high, but I have no idea what law schools I can get into, if any.  Is there any way I can make up for a low undergrad GPA, or is it too late?  What law schools should I be applying to?  How much do law schools take a graduate education into account?
         Any advice would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

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