Congrats bfree! Also congrats to scubronco and ptown!
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Messages - aslaw505
« on: January 15, 2007, 04:34:27 PM »
I'm with you, rudimentary! I've also heard that government jobs are best for this. Small-to-medium sized firms tend to have more regular hours than big firms, I believe. However, I think solo practitioners usually have to work nonstop at first until they build up a good client base.
Well I can't seem to find the post I was looking for, and I'm giving up now. But the gist of it was that if you want to practice anywhere in PA between Philly and Pitt, PSU is the way to go. Nationally, I can't really say. As someone who's very familiar with the Carlisle area though, I can seriously say that even a T14 school won't get you a job in the area any more easily than a Penn State Dickinson degree will. I've also heard that Penn State grads do very well in the Philly area, despite the competition. I'm not looking for BIGLAW though, so maybe I have a biased view.
Hmmm...the web site says expected occupancy 2009. I don't really mind the videoconferencing classes deal. From what I understood, no one will have to take classes that way - sounded like it was just for the more specialized higher-level classes that might only be taught at one campus each semester. I could be wrong though. I'm trying to find a post for you that I read a while back regarding finding jobs, etc...I'll post it if I find it.
bfree: I'm actually leaning towards Carlisle (for similar personal reasons). I went to the open house there in November. Is the new UP building really going to be done in 1 year? I thought it was supposed to take longer than that.
« on: January 11, 2007, 01:46:49 PM »
I would be complete, but I'm still waiting on one LOR. I'm pulling my hair out over it - I've repeatedly contacted this professor and she keeps saying she'll send it in, but she hasn't. I'm planning on getting an emergency back-up letter from someone else, but even if I fax it, it's probably not going to be processed until the end of next week. ACK! I've heard that some schools will review your app even if you're missing a letter - anyone know anything about this?
It's a shame you're not a woman. There are some incredibly affordable, safe, and well-located women's residences in NYC...but unfortunately, that won't help you much. That being said, if there are any women reading this post, I stayed at the Webster Apartments for a while, and it was a good arrangement. www.websterapartments.org
Not to be a Negative Nancy....but if you're a bad test taker, how do you think you'll do on the bar exam? I think there's a good reason that law schools weight the LSAT so heavily. Of course, addcomms are much better at predicting your success than I am, so take that with a grain of salt. I'm just sayin'....