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 on: Today at 06:34:24 AM 
Started by calvinexpress - Last post by vanceap3
That's all well and good, however Mid-Atlantic School of Law is no longer in business.  Have you checked the web site isn't there!  The Director passed away in July, 2014 and the school was shut down shortly after that.  Transcripts are no longer available.

 on: Today at 04:46:49 AM 
Started by Insurhent hag - Last post by Insurhent hag
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 on: Yesterday at 04:47:01 PM 
Started by Grunnd - Last post by Citylaw
Excellent advice and "lower ranked" schools can open many doors, but many law students go to them with highly unrealistic expectations, which lead to disappointment.

If you attend Touro, Roger Williams, UMass-Dartmouth etc you are not going to be flooded with Biglaw job offers and if you attend Roger Williams your first job will probably be in a small firm or government agency in Rhode Island. That would be a fine job, but with a 2.39 GPA and 151 LSAT don't expect the legal world to be your oyster at least not right out of law school.

With your numbers you can be a lawyer and if that is what you want to do go for it, but it is very important to have realistic expectations.

 on: Yesterday at 01:28:00 PM 
Started by Grunnd - Last post by Maintain FL 350
With a 2.39/151 you can probably get in somewhere, but there are a couple of things to consider.

1) Make sure that whatever obstacles held you back in college are resolved before you start law school. It's far more demanding than undergrad, and you won't be successful if you have major distractions or problems. The amount of work that would have landed you an "A" in undergrad might get you a barely passing C- in law school.
2) The schools you mentioned are almost certainly out unless you retake the LSAT and score significantly higher. This means that you will most likely be attending a lower ranked school (think Touro, Roger Williams, someplace in that range).

That's fine as long as it meshes with your goals and you understand the potential limitations. Big firms and federal positions may be VERY difficult to obtain (even as an IP lawyer), but solo practice, small firms and local government offices may be options.

Just think realistically and objectively about your goals, and let that guide the process. Also consider geography. At a lower ranked school most of your job opportunities will be local (at least initially), so be prepared to stay in the immediate area.

Good Luck!

 on: Yesterday at 12:48:14 PM 
Started by Iching - Last post by LSAT Freedom
The key with LSAT Reading Comprehension is not reading speed, but being able to find the information you need to answer the questions.  You will not do well on RC by mastering your reading speed.  In fact, "speed reading" is a trick or skill that relies on taking snapshots of text with your eyes very quickly.  This is not what you need to do to do well on RC.  Rather, you must read the passage carefully and mark specific information that will likely come up in the questions: things like important people, important concepts, the author's opinion, time frames, etc.  Then, when you answer questions, you can refer back to these markings and use them as guideposts to find the correct answer.

 on: Yesterday at 11:39:06 AM 
Started by kevintx - Last post by Citylaw
Happy to help and for anyone else that may read this do not get to caught up in your grades.

As long as you graduate and pass the bar doors will be open. Obviously, do well in school, but 50% of all law students in America finish in the bottom half of their class, but many go on to be far more successful attorneys than those in the top half of the class.

I was near the top of my class academically and have a good job, but some of my classmates that didn't even pass the bar first time around have gone to be far more successful than me.

Grades are grades they don't make or break you. The purpose of law school should be to get a license to practice law first and foremost the more you do in school the better, but you can get a 2.0 graduate and pass the bar and you are a licensed to practice law and what you do with that license is 100% up to you.

 on: Yesterday at 10:39:38 AM 
Started by kevintx - Last post by kevintx
Thank you for your advice. PM sent.

 on: Yesterday at 02:37:22 AM 
Started by Insurhent hag - Last post by Insurhent hag
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 on: Yesterday at 01:52:20 AM 
Started by kevintx - Last post by Citylaw
Yes you will still have a ton of options assuming you graduate and pass the bar. Obviously, it is better to have straight A's, but you could have a 4.0 GPA if you don't pass the bar your not a lawyer.

Additionally, a number of my classmates struggled first semester, but went on to do very well once they learned IRAC etc. However, eventually some students did fail out as well. A 1.4 GPA is not good, but you are not the first and you will not be the last person to get their ass kicked by the first semester of law school.

For the time being I would focus on improving academically and do not even worry about internships etc. Step 1 is improving once that is accomplished worry about the bigger picture.

If you want to PM me for more details feel free and good luck next semester.

 on: Yesterday at 01:06:47 AM 
Started by calvinexpress - Last post by cautious
Mid Atlantic School of Law.  I checked with Concord.  Tuition is a whole bunch more than Mid Atlantic and they (Concord) uses the same law books and same process.   You WILL NOT be able to take the BAR but you certainly will learn the law.  You have three years to complete the program.  Fifteen courses - twelve required that cover all the relevant classes that you would take in a brick and mortar school, and then you choose three electives.  Fifteen classes altogether.  I completed the program and I have been involved in several cases of my own (Pro Se).   Anyone can file a claim (civil or criminal).  Civil is much different and a brief and all the document filings are all required.  You do the same thing as a licensed lawyer except you cannot represent a client I court because you will not be licensed.  The day IS coming when on-line degrees will be accepted for the BAR exam.  It's just a matter of time.  Recall back when students first start taking college courses on line and the brick and mortar school students laughed and said that the on-liners aren't getting REAL degrees.  Well, times have changed.  Many, Many more people are attending on line schools and getting certified, REAL degrees.. These are working people who have families and like you, can't afford the time or the money to go to a regular school.  Believe me, I  am confident I could take the BAR with my on line education and pass it (eventually).  Even some Harvard graduates do not pass the bar on the first attempt.  In fact, I would say a good majority don't.  On line education in all disciplines is the thing of the future.  Hell, who can afford to go to college?  Going to a brick and mortar law school can cost you in the hundreds of thousands and FOR WHAT!  The same education you get by studying and learning at home and just applying yourself.

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