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Oh, I know. I used them and still have both :).  I just wanted to see if anyone was fool enough to buy used copies at twice new retail. 

If anyone wants mine, I'll sell them for $66 each- buy now and you even get my input and notations in the margins.  This is a once in a life time opportunity.  Don't pass it by.  Hurry, first come first serve.

I'm such a putz. Ha.

Suggest New School Specific Boards here / Re: Phoenix School of Law
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:17:44 AM »
Dude, 180K?  Holy crap!  That should scare you.

Suggest New School Specific Boards here / Re: Duncan School of Law
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:12:49 AM »
I have no personal experience.  I do know the rep of Lincoln Memorial, though, and its not good.  I would love to hear what you think?  I have heard two condemning reviews of two of their programs, one in education and the other in law.  Both students left and both said it felt way too "commercial".

I think even the legal community in Knoxville either is ignorant of, or disregards the schools existence.  I'm not trying to be hash, I have no axe to grind. 

Why would you copy and paste something and then tack on a sentence at the end that is blatantly wrong?  UMass can't be up for accreditation this semester because they are still too new.  All the rest of that irrelevant crap is true though.  I still would like to see a UMass board.

Do you still have them?

Brain clouds are very dangerous.  Don't go to the hospital, eat radish.  Radish is the key to a healthy urethra.

BU, IP yes.  I don't know about Pharm.  BU has a good rep in New England.  Its up there rank wise,  lower T1 maybe.  What I got from Belmont was IP and entertainment law.  Makes sense taking Nashville into account.

I've heard of Belmont's rather unique law programs.  I want to see how their programs turns out.  But the price tag- whoaaaaaaa.

BU refers to Boston University, at least in my experience.

Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Is Cooley Law School That Bad?
« on: August 12, 2011, 03:08:38 PM »
$300 a month?  I envy you.  For the typical grad with say 120k, the payments are closer to $1000 per month.

It was seven grads in a class action against Cooley.  New York Law School is also being sued. 

They out to change the system.  I don't know I I feel about all this.  There is a huge part of me that wants to say- Bravo and good luck.

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