I read one of the disadvantages of being a part time student is that there are not many elective to pick from for the 2L or 3L years. Are most of you considering going to LS part time?
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I asked one of my professors for a LOR. She wrote me one and sent it to LSDAS. I waived my rights, so I can't see the actual letter. After I graduated from college, I asked her for law school admissions advice. I did not do well on the LSAT, and she was my pre law advisor. She told me that I could not "stomach law school" ( I guess because I was quiet in class and patient. I do not want to be in the court room). Do I cancel her LOR and ask someone else (an employer or another professor) to send in another one? How many letters can one send to LSAC?
« on: February 18, 2005, 11:43:01 PM »
I am a non traditional prospective law student. I am a teacher, and I am interested in international and labor law. As an undergraduate student, I was a secretary for my college's chapter of NOW, volunteered for a presidential campaign and governor's campaign, tutored elementary kids, and an assistant Girl Scout troop leader. I interned for a worker's rights organization, and have a Masters degree. I CAN NOT afford to quit my job (I do not come from money). Is anyone considering working while attending law school?
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