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I was thinking, say, U of T (unlikely??) or York, or UCLA in LA (though I'm more thinking of studying in Canada, for what should be obvious economical reasons I think), being that these are both cities I actually live in (I'm now bi-coastal-- Toronto/LA, more or less), and I don't really want to move all that badly. But maybe I should be thinking of branching out...? I suppose the minimum I can do is just do a really great LSAT and make a good case for myself, right?Thanks a lot for the tips guys... very helpful.
Tulane does not require a bacholors "Most candidates for admission will hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution that is a member of its regional accrediting association by the time they will enroll in the JD program. However, some exceptional students may be admitted on the basis of having completed three-quarters of the work toward a four-year baccalaureate degree. (At least 90 percent of this work must be in courses of substantial intellectual content.) In other words, Tulane Law School is willing to consider for admission exceptional candidates who will have completed only three-quarters of the work required for a bachelor's degree."http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsadmissions/index.aspx?id=208&ekmensel=c580fa7b_16_18_208_2
Tulane does not require a bacholors