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I just wrote a short letter and sent it to admissions.  Chances are I will go somewhere this year and not apply there again so I don't have much to lose.  I just don't understand it!

Yep, checked everything.  I saw all of my LOR's and they were excellent.  I'm just stumped.

I have a question.  I have ok numbers...155 LSAT and a 3.3 GPA but for some reason was denied admission to Gonzaga.  At the time I didn't think much of it, but after looking at lsn I realize that people with much much lower scores were both admitted and waitlisted.  Is it possible to have them look over my application again?  I had great LOR's and one from an Alum of the law school.  I'm just very puzzled by this.  ??? Thanks!

Well Lexi, I hope I see you there!

I really don't want PT either but I think if it's between PT and nothing at all I'd take long as I would be able to transfer to FT.


On the waitlist form I put PT as my 2nd choice.  I'm still debating as to whether or not I should call.  I really don't know what to do haha!  I think I may just wait until next week and see if there is any movement.

Yeah, I've already written 2 letters..and still no admission offer :'(

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Regent
« on: June 13, 2007, 04:53:06 PM »
Sorry to cause such a stir...didn't know this topic would!  But thanks for all of the useful information...doesn't sound like I'd like be a good fit with this school!  :)

Nancy I'm waitlisted at the same places you are...what are your numbers?

Choosing the Right Law School / Regent
« on: June 12, 2007, 05:29:33 PM »
Does anyone know anything about Regent?  I keep getting emails and letters from them in the mail, but haven't even heard of them before. I looked them up and apparently they were one of the top five law schools for "Quality of Life" and have won two national titles in ABA competitions.  Any help would be greatly appreciated!

I'm waitlisted at all 3 schools too.  I think that Southwestern is my top choice because I'm interested in either Criminal Law or Entertainment Law which Southwestern has good programs for both.  When it's between Chapman and Cal Western I think I'd take Chapman, it hasn't been around as long as Cal Western but they don't cut the bottom third of their class like Cal Western and the campus is really nice.  I visited both Chapman and Southwestern and loved the atmosphere of Chapman much better.  The area is nice and somewhat cleaner, in my opinion.  I've been told and believe that Southwestern is the most respected out of the three.  I think it's a closer call between Chapman and Cal Western.  I think it comes down to what type of law you're interested in and if any of those schools have programs for that.  You should also visit the campuses because they are all different.  Good luck!  Sorry I don't know a whole lot about the regional presence and job prospects.  Hopefully I'll see you at one of them  :)

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