Anyone considering going/know anything about it?
Topics - Confused1L
« on: April 18, 2005, 03:18:22 PM »
University of Detroit Mercy
New England School of Law
Touro College of Law
-I know what the rankings say, but let's hear it from you...I am not talking about specializations or geographics either- just straight up solid education.
I've been complete at Villanova since Dec 29th and not heard a peep. Anyone have a clue as to what this means? Have any rejection letters gone out. According to lawschoolnumbers, nothing has- but I know that is not a representative sample.
So it looks like I am going to have my pick of the litter with schools- fourth tier schools that is. While money isnt everything, it seems as though the starting salaries for recent grads are about where they'd be if I stayed at my current job. Now, I would think that there are two ways of looking at this...
1-Getting a law degree, no matter where it is from, will open up more opportunities and is an education that will carry you for the rest of your life- so I should just shut up and go.
2-A law degree from a 4th tier law school will not really gaurantee me strong employment prospects and just put me in debt- especially if I don't graduate in the top of my class. Maybe I am better staying where I am now...
I am anxiously awaiting some correspondence from Syracuse. For anyone who has heard recently (within the past 1-2 weeks), when were you marked complete over there?
Double major, top 22 school
TONS of work experienec + scholarships
« on: March 30, 2005, 11:07:12 AM »
For those of us that work 40+ hours a week, we all know how hard we work. Now considering some of these schools have been sitting on apps since December, is it wrong to ask what the hell have they been doing all this time? Maybe communicate with us a little bit better. We did pay about $50 to just apply.
How long do you think they really spend on each app? Do you think they debate applicants? Anyone know the inside scoop here?