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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: UMass Law
« on: May 25, 2012, 10:36:31 AM »
Per the school webiste: "Provisional Accreditation Recommended by ABA Committee
The American Bar Association Accreditation Committee has recommended to the Council on Legal Education that UMass Law be granted provisional ABA approval."

Again, thank you so much everyone.  If I do choose to go to NESL I will have to quit my job sooner or later. It is not practice to drive every day to Boston.  You all right UMass make complete sense to me.  I have sign up for the summer class at UMass so I will have a one less class in the summer.

I have one more question, while I will be taking summer class at the UMass, this will give me opportunity to explore more about law school.  I have an option to quit the Law School after summer class and prior to the orientation.  Do you all think I should paid $600 to NESL to hold a seat for me, just in case?  This way I will have an option in August if something didnít work out at the UMass?  Today is the last day to make payment at the NESL. :-\

Thank you so much for all of your responds.  I am a CPA and have almost 7 years of experience in taxation.  I want to specialize in taxation.

Here are my analyses:

UMass Dartmouth Evening Division:

Provisional ABA Accredited.
Tuition is $25000 cheaper than NESL.
Only 10 minutesí away from my work.
They have a great transitional to Law School program.  I can take one class in this summer prior to start the Law School and I will have a less load on my first semester.

New England Law | Boston Evening Division:

Fully ABA Accredited.
Coupe hours commute. 
Reputation is lot better than UMass Dartmouth.

New England / Re: New England Law for 2012?
« on: May 09, 2012, 08:00:27 PM »
Congratulations! I recently got accepted into NESL and thinking about going there... however, still making decision between NESL and UMass Dartmouth.

I got accepted into New England School of Law and UMass Dartmouth School of Law.  UMass recently received provisional ABA accreditation.  I am planning to attend part-time evening program. 

UMass is very close to my work and lot cheeper then NESL.

NESL has a better taxation program.

Thank you so much for all of your inputs.

Wait List / Re: Any one else on the New England wait list??
« on: July 14, 2011, 03:58:02 PM »
I'm still on New England's wait list.    >:(

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