But it is fine if u just finish up the remaining in the summer? I was planning on take 9 credits in the summer to get to 30. Thanks for the reply
I will most likely be attending Cooley in Fall 2005 with the intention of tansferring after my first year. Would anyone be willing to discuss their experience at Cooley and the transfer process with me? Thanks.
Same here...Quote from: defense on July 29, 2004, 01:08:14 PMI will most likely be attending Cooley in Fall 2005 with the intention of tansferring after my first year. Would anyone be willing to discuss their experience at Cooley and the transfer process with me? Thanks.
My friend and I both transferred out of Cooley and were both accepted in 1st tier law schools. We both transferred at the end of 2004 and have completed a year at our new law schools. It was relatively easy to transfer, I had a 3.1 GPA at Cooley and was ranked in the top 20% or something and transferred to a lower 1st tier school. My friend had a 3.80 GPA and a top 5 class rank and transferred to a top 25 school. We both agree it was the best choice we have made because so many more doors have been opened for good jobs. I have achieved a and GPA at my new school. Don't get me wrong, I had a lot of fun with everyone at Cooley and made some good friends, partied alot, etc. but in the long run it is well worth transferring if you can do it.
just because i have seen so many of these posts i will replyi started cooley in jan/05, 7 months agoi had a 159 lsat and got a 75% tuition deferrment, so i am paying 6K a year instaed of 24K, which is why i though it was so great (i am not from around here so i didnt know about most of the cooley bashing)anyways, i took 5 credits and did well, A in Con law, A- in torts and crim law, B in property, and B- in contracts. overall 3.3 gpa. not bad.i dont know about other schools, but i had 5 exams in 6 days and it sucked, my last two exams were property and contracts and they were my lowest marks so go figure.80% of the profs are good, but 25% of the class shouldnt be in law school. there are definatly slackers who get weeded out through the year. if i remember correctly, 15% of students wash out, and another 15% transfer the first year. thus top and bottom students leave so it all works out.i am pretty smart, not genius, but definately as good as any sucessful lawyer out there in practice. i had no intention of being a lawyer when i took the lsat, and only studied a book for a few weeks before i took it. in retrospect i could probobly gotten low 160s if i was more serious 3 years ago and took prep courses and all that *&^%. but my plan was to go into academic research, and law did not appeal to me then. but i ended up not getting into my masters program, so i opted for something different.i really think i am top 5 in my class of 100. now i am smart, and i worked really, really hard, but something tells me there too many people who are not naturally smart, and just making it by through plowing through and using every study aid known to man. i dont use any study aid at all. but i want to be in a place where everyone has a little bit of natural smarts and you are inspired by the people around you.so i transferred to michigan state and am starting in sept 05thier intellectual property program is very well regarded according to those stupid rankings i hate, and i think i read that an IP lawyer in Michigan on average makes 90K, that pretty good money for michign and you can live a good life.so yes, you can transfer out. i could have applied to better ranked schools then MSU for thier JD rankings, but my plan is to do an IP LLM, so that is what i am aiming for. plus i like MSU. plus i dont put too much stock in all this ranking *&^%.the quality of life indicator for most people between teh ages of 25-75 has to do with much much more then the ego ranking of your school. there are alot of people living crappy lives out there who are drs and laywers and such. anyways, if any future cooley students have any specific questions about how to do well or transfer or *&^%, post em and i will try to replysirriff
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