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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Tier 4 Law Schools
« on: July 24, 2010, 01:09:56 PM »
Kids from tier 4 law schools have jobs working out of McDonald's, KFC, Burger King, Bargain Bin stores, cheap retail outlets, and JC Penny, so yeah, you're right they have jobs. Also, most kids from Harvard have jobs and the ones that don't are living off of either their trust fund or parents money and really don't need jobs.

Cooley will accept you.

I lol when I saw 3.49 and 140 LSAT. That is not good by any measure. You need to up the LSAT score by a larger margin say, 20 points?

State law schools? Don't listen to that guy. He has absolutely no idea what he is talking about. I am assuming you want to be not only marketable in most states but also have a leg up on the competition, right? Then practice for a few more months improving upon your score and read some Bible's on logic games, et cetera, and take a few more practice tests. When you feel confident enough, take the LSAT.

Acing the LSAT is more due to natural ability and work placed into it than just hard work. If you don't have the ability it will show. I have been scoring 180 every practice test so far and all the questions seem more elementary. When I do take the LSAT this fall I will score a 180 more than likely.

You will never step foot on the grounds of a Big Law firm by going to Cooley. That is all that needs to be said. Cooley is clown college for lawyers.

Every law school except for Cooley.

Take advice from someone who knows what they are talking about. I have seen first hand which school get different students into what type of jobs/firms. Go to Northwestern.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Tier 4 Law Schools
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:42:40 PM »
Tier 4 law schools are the bottom-barrel law schools. You'll find it quite tough to find a job attending one. I have seen students from trash Tier 4 schools working at Barnes and Noble. They blam it on the job market, I blame the trash of a school they attended. The people who say, "well, tier 4 schools aren't bad, you are still getting the same degree," well, they attend tier 4 schools so of course their comments will lack negativity; they put on a facade of self-positives. Tier 4 schools are crap, END OF.

Current Law Students / Re: whittier
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:39:17 PM »
Want to be a crap lawyer? Go to Whittier! Nothing but second-hand, riff-Raff wannabes attend that school.

From what I have seen, the 50+ ?

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