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Book sales, auctions, trades, etc. / Bunch of 1L stuff + Actual LSAT book
« on: December 12, 2005, 04:40:31 PM »
Hi All,

I have a bunch of stuff up on

Mainly Torts E & E books, Torts Flash Cards.
Will have more contract stuff up next week.

Also have the next 10 Actual LSAT book unused.

Really is of some value to read some of this stuff before class starts.  I just finished my first semester and won't say that it is mandatory, but it does give you a sense of what to expect and the insight you gain surely isn't wasted at all.

If anyone wants to package any of them together, let me know via PM

BTW - law school is pretty fun, don't stress



I have 3 books: 10 Actual, official Preptests; 10 More Actual Official Prep Tests and the Next 10 Actual Official Preptests.

The 10 Actual, official tests has 2 sections with writing in it, the rest (way over 95%) is untouched. 

The other two are completely unused.

I will sell the 3 of them for $33 plus shipping (from NJ).

PM me if interested


Where should I go next fall? / rutgers vs WL at fordham
« on: April 25, 2005, 11:55:32 AM »
Before I started the whole process I thought it may come down to Rutgers vs. Fordham.

Just found out I am WaitListed on Fordham.  If I get in, I am not sure what to do.

My situation - I am an older student (33 in fall), work full time and will be going PT.

Fordham is literally 3 blocks from my work.

Rutgers gave me some $$ and will be $18,000 LESS per year.

Fordham obviously is a much better ranked school, and is closer.  Is it worth $18,000 more per year?

I have liked all my communications with Rutgers.  They seem to be very approachable and responsive. 

More things to think about ... aghhh.

Where should I go next fall? / seton hall vs rutgers
« on: April 22, 2005, 01:34:57 PM »
I have been accepted to both and after scholarship $$ it will work out to about the same cost for each (8k per year) - I am going part time.

I just always assumed to go with the higher ranked (rutgers).  Seton Hall though is a bit easier to get to and have a 3 day a week schedule for part time in the fall.

Anyone have any thoughts on this?  Thanks all.

Where should I go next fall? / any word from Fordham?
« on: April 08, 2005, 11:32:55 AM »
I took the Feb LSAT but had my app in early January.  Just wondering.  I heard back pretty fast (2 weeks) from Rutgers - Newark.

As a soon to be 1Ler (and having graduated with my BA in 94 - so I am a bit out of touch these days!) -
Does anyone know if it is standard to tape record lectures or take notes with a laptop during class?

I am trying to ramp up and want to get started on the right foot.  Would be interested to hear people's thoughts on the topic.


Acceptances / in at rutgers ....
« on: April 05, 2005, 04:49:29 PM »
Hi all I am new to the board.  Just got in at rutgers.  I am 32, work full time in NYC and will be going at night. I have a few other apps out (New York Law, St. Johns, Seton Hall ), but it has always been between rutgers and fordham. 

I know fordham ranks higher (and is 3 blocks away from my work!), but the cost is a big factor me.  My wife is in grad school at 1200 a credit no finacial aid!

Anyway, waiting to hear back from Fordham, but I have gut feeling I will be at rutgers.  I like what I have seen so far from them.

Any other 30+ people doing this at night?

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