there is no in-state tuition at MSU, the law school is actually a private school.I'm reluctantly sending in my seat deposit tomorrow. I will promptly withdraw if I hear some good news from any other school. At least they've moved up to T3.Good luck to the OP
Wonder if they'll change their mind and offer you full time after people start to withdraw. I don't know if schools actually do that, but I know a LOT of people who are declining admission, my self included (and none of us even live in Michigan). Perhaps they're anticipating that they'll fill most of the full time slots. My friend was also admitted to the conditional program last week(but full-time)and she'll be decling (to take advantage of in state tuition). So anywayz.. good luck!
MSU's Dean wants it to become a T2 within the next few years and get to T1 status within the next 15 I think. The median lsat/gpa is rising pretty consistently. Just browsing through LSN, the lowest LSAT score admitted (2 people) was a 152. Most everyone else appeared to be in the 155-160 range. Granted, when you start at the bottom it's easy to move up. It will take years of consistent improvement before MSU approaches T1 status. They'll also need alumni to become partners and improve the image of MSU with firms.Going to MSU for undergrad, the news always had something on about MSU