Dear legalkitty,I'm sorry about the ding. NYLS is ridiculously expensive for a 4th tier school.Touro rocks. They really do read the entire application packet. I got a lovely letter from the dean with personal remarks about my PS. For me its now between Rutgers Newark and Touro. I hope something breaks for you soon. I tell my dog that if he were a different breed, he could be my para-beagle. But alas he is a coonhound.Trake careRachel
I have an idead for legalkitty have a sex change op this year and apply again as a man
Although that would be a unique life experience for the personal statement. I have to agree with legalkitty.
Quote from: DRJJ1 on March 06, 2005, 08:06:22 AMI have an idead for legalkitty have a sex change op this year and apply again as a manUm...I don't think so. But thanks for thinking of me (I think)!
I really love all of the camaraderie which takes place in the depths of T3-4. I say the depths because everyone and their brother assume that if you don't go to the top schools, you are a worthless lawyer, and will never experience happiness, joy, monetary enjoyment, etc. I disagree wholeheartedly. I think that there are some fantastic lawyers who do very well for themselves. Furthermore, if you look at some of the top law firms, there are always, sprinkled in of course, lawyers who attending "tier 4 toilets". This whole thread has given me hope and joy...for I am in the same boat, and would like some of you advice and/or encouragement. I have a GPA of 3.51, LSAT 150. Some soft factors, if they even help, non-traditional student, 3 kids, US military, just returned from Iraq. I was Summa Cum Laude for degree granting school. Anyways, I am looking at schools such as Albany, Appalachian??, Northern Kentucky, Widener, Southern Illinois, Vermont, Syracuse, Capital, and a few others around the same Tier, such as Pace Gonzaga, Quinnipiac. Any help, encouragement, advice would be appreciated.[/quoteI am sending you a PM... Check your inbox..~K