Clearly, you should take a full-on suitcase to class, along with 2 days worth of clothing, food and rations, so that you can spend extra time in the library (Think it's not open 24 hours? Think again.)
Or what about the conditions of Irish-Americans in the 1920s-30s? We're not so far removed from those days. The problem is basically one that we have been discussing a lot in my history classes. Everyone's been screwed over at some point in their history - it's just a question of how severely and how recently.
Well, my great-great-grandparents were locked into a cycle of poverty in the mines of appalachia due to the predatory practices of the mine companies of the 1920s. Check out the Matewan Massacre and the events surrounding it - there are plenty of people who are white and not wealthy due to no fault of their own. My family has worked hard to get where we are today, with me becoming the first member of my family to graduate college this May, and I think that what you have said is a rather far-reaching statement...
Matthies has the credited response here. You can only hire newbies with no real legal experience at 160k for so long before your market starts to crash. Your clients begin to wonder why they pay exorbitantly for newbies to handle their cases as opposed to having experienced attorneys work on their cases for a fraction of the costs.
Well that's interesting...I always thought it was an ABA requirement. Still, your chances of getting decent scholarships without the JD is fairly low - I would go get the UG degree if you're serious about your legal ambitions.
I've worked for two top trial lawyers in my hometown, and both attended Cooley. If you're looking for a huge firm job, yeah, you need T14 or top 10% of your class. That being said, most of us aren't looking for a firm job, we want something smaller with better hours. If that's the case, Drake should be fine.
There's actually no dilemma. You HAVE to have the BA in order to attend law school. The ABA requires it, and even with your LSAT, no school will waive that requirement. Starting completely over wouldn't help either - you'd dilute your grades, but since they're so old anyway, it probably wouldn't matter. Just shoot off an addendum showing that you've changed your life since your first undergrad experience, show really strong grades now that you're back in and you're there.
Maybe he IS expressing a general statement and I'm just projecting my own thoughts on it or something, but there was a guy recently banned for hoping he could one day own white slaves...The whole thread was really, really weird. Anyway, probably not the incident he's referring to, so I'll bow out here.