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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: First Week of Law School
« on: December 27, 2010, 12:24:09 PM »
Suprise junior, no one cares enough to prove it to you. It just happens. Like gravity.

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Transferring / Re: What is considered T1?
« on: December 27, 2010, 12:08:29 PM »
says the man in the hills who is part of neither party.
You'd probably make the same arguments in medical school as well as your patients flatlined.
Enjoy the D's grammar boy. Their gonna kickyerass.
Your type is on AP by semester2 and stuck in some crybaby MBA by term4 talking about how much better off they are now and how horrible lawschool was with the Profs and students all stupid and out to get them.  :'(

"Their" is incorrect.  The correct word is a contraction, "they're," which is short for they are.

Just the fact that you have that knee-jerk responce proves a lot. Most people are confused and don't understand when their being invaded and over run.

So if rankings are based in large part based on the votes of judges, and cooley is spitting out record numbers of lawyers each year flooding the market with them as an increasing percentage of the licensed attorneys and increasing so the standing judges as well, won't the system eventually end up with cooley as #1 simply do to the fact that very soon the vast majority will be cooley grads? The people who cry about wanting to make $160,000 day one tend to be allergic to civil service, cooley grads tend not to have really any other choice according to posters here, so since cooley was created about the same times as the rankings it seems to be all a cooley based conspiracy for global dominance due to a brainwashed society that will buy and/pr kill eachother for whatever $200 shoe a rapping b-ball player wears.

Are you an idiot?  I mean than with the utmost respect.

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Studying and Exam Taking / Re: First Week of Law School
« on: December 27, 2010, 11:01:25 AM »
If you enjoyed the first few weeks of this term, you will LOVE the last few!(exams in lawschool are a unique process compared to undergrad)

Expect the first few weeks of next term to have people who used perfect grammar and got all A's in undergrad to cry and scream in anger when they get straight C's since none of that means jack in lawschool and then see the guy who looks like GomerPile get all A's and say "Well gosh, aint that gonna be awsome, I got none B's er below, YEHAAA!"

Watch, experience, and enjoy.

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Most people don't care where you went as long as you build a rep for yourself. Somepussie who went to Daddies school but then sat in a firm doing photocopies means less to someone who wants something done that someone who skipped lawschool alltogether but passed the bar and has a history of winning cases in the field of law they need done.

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I don't think that ANY ABA lawschool accepts from online.

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Concord is the ONLY regionally accredited online lawschool. Most employers ONLY reconise regional degrees. Factor that in.

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Law School Applications / Re: 2010-2011 Application Cycle
« on: December 27, 2010, 10:38:10 AM »
Yale...... :P

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Transferring / Re: What is considered T1?
« on: December 27, 2010, 10:36:32 AM »
Just the fact that you have that knee-jerk responce proves a lot. Most people are confused and don't understand when their being invaded and over run.

So if rankings are based in large part based on the votes of judges, and cooley is spitting out record numbers of lawyers each year flooding the market with them as an increasing percentage of the licensed attorneys and increasing so the standing judges as well, won't the system eventually end up with cooley as #1 simply do to the fact that very soon the vast majority will be cooley grads? The people who cry about wanting to make $160,000 day one tend to be allergic to civil service, cooley grads tend not to have really any other choice according to posters here, so since cooley was created about the same times as the rankings it seems to be all a cooley based conspiracy for global dominance due to a brainwashed society that will buy and/pr kill eachother for whatever $200 shoe a rapping b-ball player wears.

Are you an idiot?  I mean than with the utmost respect.

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Law School Applications / Re: 2.7 undergrad GPA 3.4 MS and 3.7 PhD LSAT 142
« on: December 27, 2010, 01:10:52 AM »
like I said...........(reference last posting that you didnt quote)

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you can't "waive" the bar(patent or otherwise)

Maybe you can't "waive" the bar, but some folks can certainly "waive-in" to the patent bar without taking the patent bar exam.  Worrisome?  Perhaps.  Since we are such good friends now, my dear mandamus, I will call the PTO and all the law firms I know in the morning and tell them about your concerns.  I'm certain once everyone hears about their malpractice, this kind of thing will stop.  I can add some more people to the list if cptawsome would like to weigh in as well.  What luck to stumble upon two such wonderful advice-givers on the same small thread.  It's been a Merry Christmas indeed!  (Or holiday of your choice--I don't want to be exclusionist!)

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Law School Applications / Re: 2.7 undergrad GPA 3.4 MS and 3.7 PhD LSAT 142
« on: December 27, 2010, 12:37:00 AM »
As to the "most lawyers" comment, MOST practicing lawyers ARE walking 8.3's. If you don't understand that, don't bother trying to understand the rest.

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