"A student's guide to estates in land and future interests" - published by lexis nexis. This is what I was referring to. It's the only supplement I'll really endorse so far...
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first of all, schools will want to know if you left your prior school in good academic standing, you can get a letter verifying this from your old registrar. i would just add an addendum in you apps stating you compelling interest to withdraw. i would not retake the lsat unless 1) you are not satisfied with you score, or 2)your score is no longer valid (5 yrs i think?)
fwiw, i withdrew in my first semester. i did no have a problem reentering thr next year, nor did this issue come up when i transferred or obtained 2l summer work. also, i had a pretty compelling interest to withdraw.
2 pages blank? Does "doctrinal" = LLM?
no my man..just means about substantial legal stuff instead of something like legal rhetoric-(which had the test worth 15% of the grade where i didnt see the last two pages)