A scary time. Good luck.
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show up for a few months to a book club to talk about what you read, take one lousy set of tests(mostly essays), repeat for 6 terms, take one more big test, get a job, do it for 40 years, die, reincarnate, repeat as necessary.
I honestly think you can take the California bar without an LLM and become an attorney and knowing Farsi would be a HUGE pro in L.A. There are so many Persians there it is ridiculous. Particularly in San Fernando Valley & Calabasas.
I am almost positive you can take the California bar with your current degree and I think we are the only state that doesn't require you to be a citizen of the U.S. to be admitted to practice.
I am currently wondering what my chances are at getting accepted into a top law program. My GPA is a 4.0 from both my undergrad (B.A. in neuropsychology) and graduate programs (clinical psychology). I have a scientific publication. I am currently interning at my county's courthouse (pretrial investigations), and I have previous legal experience working for an SSI attorney. I am also minority status. I have not taken the LSAT I am just wondering what score do I need to shoot for and what might my chances be?
Thanks to anyone who replies.