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BBBUUUUURRRRRIIIIITTTTTTTTTTT TOOOOOOO!!!!

Okay, so that's based off your name. But for the 'tar my first thought was, Ribs.

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Emory, Illinois, Notre Dame, Iowa
« on: March 08, 2006, 06:19:03 PM »
ND all the way man!

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I would say:
1) U of MN
2) WUSTL
3) Iowa
4) UIUC
5) W&L

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7 schools pending... hurry up and reject me already! Or hurry up and accept me so I can run to church and start praising God!

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Come on guys! U of Hawaii all the way!

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Brooklyn or Rutgers-Newark
« on: March 08, 2006, 12:01:48 PM »
Everything you said is spot on. Rutgers will likely be significantly cheaper, but Brooklyn is a better school for starting up in the city. That isn't to say that Rutgers is bad, but as you pointed out the alumni network is stronger and being in the city itself is a huge advantage. If you can afford it I'd definately go to Brooklyn.

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What's that in his right hand?

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Confront them both together. He'll either have to call her a liar to her face, which would end anything they might have, or admit to you that they are together, which lets you know where you stand.

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Law School Admissions / Re: GGU & ABA Probation
« on: March 06, 2006, 10:20:29 PM »
I agree with Mugatu. If that were the only place you got into then I would go and be prepared to work really hard. First of all, it isn't all that rare that a school goes on probation, but it is rare that a school will actually lose accreditation and not recover. Second, even if they do lose accreditation that doesn't preclude you from practicing within the state. There are tons of non-ABA accreditted schools that produce lawyers that practice under the state bar. It will be much harder and you'll need to work to get there though, as most people in that situation end up as legal aides. Finally, if you work hard, are near the top of your class, and GGU does happen to lose its accreditation then you can always transfer. Its my understanding that the credits you would earn at GGU while it was under probation would still transfer to an ABA accreditted school so why not? Ultimately, I am a firmly believe that it is never advantagous to take time off before law school unless absolutely necessary and I really do believe GGU will recover.

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Disagree... Hillary will run & win.

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