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Thanks!

Stetson bc I live here. PA bc thats where I want to practice and also where I adjust claims. All of my LOR come from PA too.

Good luck!

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Law School Admissions / Re: Question about LSDAS report
« on: February 17, 2006, 03:03:24 PM »
Nope. I asked LSAC the same ? bc I am paranoid. Thats what the $12 is for ... to send your report once its "complete". I have the R7 next to mine too. LSAC says the file is complete except for the score.

I have a suggestion though. This is what I did.

Completed my apps on LSAC then printed off all of applications, attachments etc and with the certification letter I sent them a letter "blah blah blah.. thank you blah... exact duplicates of their electronic counterparts". Just to make sure they got it. Sending it UPS or DHL is always a nice touch.

Oh yeah Ė use heavy stock paper so it stands out!

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Well, lets see.

Female -- I know, totally traditional these days.
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Single
Work - Workers Compensation Adjuster handling million dollar + litigation claims Ė outstanding work resume and thatís ummmÖ bout it.
LORís Ė partners in major PA firms. Donít even know if thatís worth it!
School - funny. 1996-1996 I went to my community college and BOMBED! Started back in school 2001 and did pretty well -- never under a 3.2. Of course had to get all my transcripts and the community college brought me down to a "solid" 2.8. OUCH.
Oh yeah -- I had a DWI in 1996.
I'm all about the non-traditional.

Applied: Duquesne, Penn, Pitt, Hofstra (i wanna go home), Stetson, Villanova (partner I work with knows the assistant dean).

(WOW! I really do look like a** on paper)

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Well, lets see.

Female -- I know, totally traditional these days.

30

Single

Work - Workers Compensation Adjuster handling million dollar + litigation claims Ė outstanding work resume and thatís ummmÖ bout it.

LORís Ė partners in major PA firms. Donít even know if thatís worth it!

School - funny. 1996-1996 I went to my community college and BOMBED! Started back in school 2001 and did pretty well -- never under a 3.2. Of course had to get all my transcripts and the community college brought me down to a "solid" 2.8. OUCH.

Oh yeah -- I had a DWI in 1996.

I'm all about the non-traditional.

Applied: Duquesne, Penn, Pitt, Hofstra (i wanna go home), Stetson, Villanova (partner I work with knows the assistant dean).

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