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What do you expect? Someone who can't even get into an online lawschool and refering to Legal terminology as a weapon/bad thing.

She's just mad that she didn't get her 5cents and hour raise at Burgerking.

There are real racists out there. It hurts authentic cases when she does stuff like this. If she has a case, she needs to get herself a (real) lawyer and go from there not post BS about it here.

Current Law Students / Re: What's good about being an attorney?
« on: February 13, 2011, 09:49:38 AM »
Well, the only other respected post graduate fields tend to be medical and CPA.

I hate taxes and if I have to get someone's blood on my hands, I'd prefer it be figureative vs actual.  :P

If someone would prefer to quit and become an MBA let'em. Someone has to make my damn coffee in the morning.

He tries to fear them with legal terminology?-LMFAO.

Look, if this is fake, it's one hell of a libel claim that can fall on you.

If it's real, contact his bar and get his license revoked. Sue him AND the school. Get a cash award.

Why whine about it here? What good does that do? 99% of the people here wouldn't go to an online lawschool if it were free.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: 140 by just putting C all the way down.
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:27:04 AM »
So what've we learned from this? If you have to guess use a C or D since based on the OP's research  those average out to higher overall scores when guessing is required. Wish I'd of known that, my guess's tended to be random!

Just take the dang thing! Practice tests are a good starting place, but eventually you need to be a big boy and use the deep end man.
You might suprise yourself and do better than you think. For what it's worth, we'll be rooting for you. Good luck and let us know how youdo.  ;)

I think it's a bit of a myth that the school makes any difference in if you'd get it or not. Your GPA and LOR's from Prof's would make the most difference. I'd say go to whatever school appears to have the most mouthbreathers and let them raise your GPA for you.

Transferring / Re: Can I transfer with low GPA ?
« on: January 31, 2011, 08:04:03 AM »
3 hour exams are longer than most people need. I understand that you have a disability(no shame in it once honest about it) I believe that ALL schools are required to comply with the Americans with Disability Act. You should qualify to extra time on exams if you get diagnosed and provide documentation.

Wouldn't it be easier to do that instead of trying to transfer? Especially isnce your main complaint appeared to be over the exams.

oh... one more thing:  I was eligible for learning disability accommodation but i didn't apply...

Current Law Students / fave class
« on: January 30, 2011, 11:12:06 PM »
whats your fave class and why?

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