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News Discussion / Re: The Atlantic Calls for a Way to "Fix Law Schools"
« on: August 27, 2012, 09:56:25 PM »
I believe that this is the article being referred to...

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 22, 2012, 10:47:17 PM »
Con gradulations may be use have your Degree from H ARVARD ..Any way the rules states under rule 46 i can travel this route ,we will see.Right now with my busy life i can not sit in a class so we have to dis agree..RON A  BBA- MBA
There are indeed many things that you can do. Although, just because it is something you can do, it does not mean that it is worth doing.

Non-Traditional Students / Re: LLB as a 'leg-up' for JD application?
« on: August 22, 2012, 08:44:18 PM »
I do not think that you will see much upside from earning another degree as a way of mitigating a low undergrad GPA. Most of those who have applied with a graduate degree under their belts report that their application cycle went nearly as expected based on UGPA and LSAT.

My suggestion would be to but in extra effort on the LSAT and do what you can to ensure the best score that you can pull from the test, then give it a go.

Happy Hunting,

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 22, 2012, 08:38:51 PM »
You guys make me laugh.You are snobs.Did any one of you guys graduate from a first tier law school. Did any one graduate from an ABA BRICK AND MORTAR SCHOOL.HARVARD ANY ONE MAYBE YALE ,NO WAY, I KNOW YOU HAVE NOT..TAFT CONCORD YES .Those schools do not mean any thing..Yes ALOT OF MONEY SPENT.IF ANY ONE OF YOU WERE ON law review i would love to chat.You make make beleve you are EXPERTS BY WHO..Passing a BAR FROM A NO MAME NON ABA SCHOOL SHOULD NOT MAKE YOU AND ELITESS..Get over your selfs..RON A.. BBA -MBA  PS..THESE SCHOOLS LIKE MASL EXCEPT ANY ONE AND DO NOT REQUIRE THE LSAT...

Is your keyboard broken?

Good luck on your journey.

One never knows until the fat lady sings, but from the sounds of things this year is shaping up to be a good year for applicants.

Good luck with your cycle.

Law School Applications / Re: Best Engineering for Law School
« on: August 20, 2012, 08:06:41 PM »
The common condenses seems to be that GPA matters FAR more than degree for admissions into law school.

As a general rule of thumb, math, science and engineering programs are often thought to be more difficult to maintain a top GPA compared to 'softer' fields. This is not to say that one should not pursue such fields, but you should be aware that failing to maintain a strong GPA could seriously hurt your chances at admission to a top law school.

With this in mind, when choosing a tougher path through undergrad, select a field that you have a passion for. Hopefully this will provide you with the motivation necessary to stay on top of your coursework, helping to keep your GPA in a range that will give you a shot at the schools that you are interested in.

Happy Hunting,

hi ,i have seen many posts from people like you  down grading any one trying to get ahead through on line education .Have you ever tried it and what schools did you graduate? RON A. BBA-MBA


Education is an odd thing, especially when it comes to the professional gains one can make from earning a degree. Its value is not solely determined by what you learn as a student, a large part of the value is how your education is perceived by others. I am not saying this is fair, I am just saying that this is how it is.

Online education will eventually come to the field of law in a big way, but it is not here yet. Until such time as the ABA accredits an online program, allowing its graduates to sit for the Bar it is going to remain ugly for online law programs. The increasing acceptance of online education in other fields will help apply pressure to the ABA, but they will hold for some time to come. Already we have major schools that offer degrees to be earned fully or mostly online, including Columbia, Stanford, & Harvard. I myself have earned a Masters degree from the Harvard (specifically a Masters of Liberal Arts in Information Technology from the Extension School at Harvard University). I completed 75% of my course work online.

As someone who is looking at possibly going back to school to earn a JD, I would love to see a reasonable online option to be available. Unfortunately that option does not seem to exist, and is unlikely to exist in the timeframe that I am interested in.

Hard to imagine anyone with such spotty credentials passing law school..

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

Law School Applications / Re: engineer who wants to be a lawyer
« on: July 31, 2012, 12:32:26 AM »
Interesting article at Wall Street Journal's 'Law Blog' on the competition of Law Schools for law students.

On the bright side for you, there are a LOT more people with 3.7 GPAs then there are with 176 LSATs. So, I have no doubt that someone in the top 20 would give you a chance.

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