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 on: Today at 12:27:23 PM 
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 on: Today at 01:45:02 AM 
Started by mkzamanopu - Last post by lawoffice1
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 on: Yesterday at 04:03:09 AM 
Started by calvinexpress - Last post by Gunner.
I think Cooley law school lets students in with a 120 LSAT score. They don't care, because they just want your $35,000 a year.
Whittier maybe

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 on: Yesterday at 01:13:31 AM 
Started by LegalEagle101 - Last post by Citylaw
It will help and you can look at this website lawschoolnumbers.com to see how much it helps at various schools. With a 3.5 and 153 LSAT you could get into a number of ABA schools without URM status and the fact that you are a URM is just a boost, but there is no clear cut answer as to how much URM status helps.

I encourage you to apply to all law schools you are interested in and you should also consider attending an LSAC forum to get fee waivers and if you check in with schools at these forums it provides you with a slight boost in your application, because you went to their booth minimal, but a day can save you about $1,000 on law school applications and give you a slight boost. It will also allow you to talk to schools reps, which can give you a little insight into the school.

Here is a link to the LSAC forum locations. http://www.lsac.org/jd/choosing-a-law-school/forums-and-other-events

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 on: December 18, 2014, 09:53:57 PM 
Started by calvinexpress - Last post by calvinexpress
I think Cooley law school lets students in with a 120 LSAT score. They don't care, because they just want your $35,000 a year.

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 on: December 18, 2014, 09:17:17 PM 
Started by LegalEagle101 - Last post by Gunner.
I'm not talking about an admissions letter, I mean a box to mark that says "First to Attend"

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 on: December 18, 2014, 09:13:58 PM 
Started by jonlevy - Last post by Gunner.
If you are an attorney and licensed and have a JD, if you want you put the JD after your name.  It would not matter where it is from. 

They would lose on an infringement lawsuit; there is little likelihood one would confuse a scam law school with a law firm.

I dunno about the first part, Novus is listed in a lot of states as illegal to use period.

I'm not saying Novus would win on the second part, but people
http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/celebrity/lee-im-spike-spike-tv         have sued for less.

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 on: December 18, 2014, 06:38:13 PM 
Started by jonlevy - Last post by jonlevy
If you are an attorney and licensed and have a JD, if you want you put the JD after your name.  It would not matter where it is from. 

They would lose on an infringement lawsuit; there is little likelihood one would confuse a scam law school with a law firm. 


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 on: December 18, 2014, 04:12:59 PM 
Started by XdreaX08 - Last post by Maintain FL 350
Right you are, my mistake.

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