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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Law school with a physics degree
« on: July 06, 2012, 03:05:22 PM »
Yes, I am aware that I am a candidate for IP law.  Many of my friends who were engineers did this, but unfortunately I was looking into international law. 

Do you think that perhaps a masters degree in Public Policy with a high GPA would make me a better candidate?


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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Law school with a physics degree
« on: July 06, 2012, 01:18:30 PM »
Thanks for the honest reply.  Odd how with a 3.0 you can qualify for some of the top physics programs, but can't go any top tier law school. 

I suppose I can't do anything to make myself a better candidate?

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Non-Traditional Students / Law school with a physics degree
« on: July 06, 2012, 11:18:29 AM »
hello all, I am 7 years out of undergrad and graduated with a BA in physics and BA in mathematics (dual degree).  I had a GPA of 3.07 and for the past 7 years have been working in investment banking.  Now I am considering shelfing everything and going back to school to pursue a law degree.  Am I completely out of my mind?  Will I qualify for any of the top tier schools with my lower gpa?  Do schools take into consideration the difficulty of my 2 undergrad degrees?  I have been taking practice LSATs and have been consistently scoring 170+.  What kind of schools can I get into?

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