I took the LSAT in December 2003 and received a 147. I had spent a year preparing for the LSAT and even with preparations I was not getting over 150 mark. I have a 3.5 GPA and I applied to Fordham, Pace, New York Law and Brooklyn. I was already rejected at Fordham (no surprise). What are my chances at this point with getting into the rest?Also at this point I have been working as a Paralegal for the past 10 years with 2 small children at home. My biggest concern is that if I go to NY law or Pace I may make less money coming out of law school than I currently make now.What are your thoughts.
Quote from: jim411 on January 10, 2005, 12:38:17 PMSt. John's is too far of a commute for me. It is a really good school. Cardozo does not have a part time evening program. Why not find a cheap place to rent? Then, you can ditch the car and walk to school. There's always a way, and sometimes the second way is the best.
St. John's is too far of a commute for me. It is a really good school. Cardozo does not have a part time evening program.
Since I'm about 1 1/2 hours from the nearest law school, I'm going to get an apartment or dorm near the school so I won't have to haul it home every night. That's the plan, now let's see if it works.
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