Anyone with numbers similiar to mine that is not a Nevada resident get in to UNLV??
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So I know the ABA regulations say that we can not work over 20 hours while in law school. I know that not working at all would be best case scenario however I am on a tight budget. I was planning on working 2 shifts a week once I got a couple monthes of law school under my belt. I work as a server and would love to continue to have the social aspect. What do you think? It would be about 12 hours a week.
Where should I go next fall? / Re: Thoughts on where to go - Chapman or California Western School of Law?« on: April 18, 2005, 11:23:35 AM »
I too am in the same boat. I am still waiting to hear from 4 more schools but as of right now I am leaning towards Chapman. I got scholarships from both. Chapman appears to be on the way up with some parts of the community(with money) are very set on helping Chapman in this process. Cal Western seems alright but will not likely increase from their current rank. The location really confuses me as I am not sure where I want to practice when I graduate although I do know I want to work for the District Attorney's office. Additionally my husband is in the military and we dont know where he will be stationed in a year. I have to make my decision by May 9th how about you?
« on: April 16, 2005, 06:07:03 PM »
I am still waiting to hear on 4 more of my schools but as it stands now I have been accepted to Cal Western with 10k and Chapman with 9k. I am wondering what the general opinion is regarding these schools relative to criminal law ( I want to be a prosecutor). Thanks for any responses.
« on: April 16, 2005, 06:01:59 PM »
I am trying to decide between Cal Western with a 10K scholarship and Chapman with a 9K, I am still waiting to hear from all the rest of my schools, but if these were my only two option what would you do? Also I want to do criminal law.