Is it dangerous to conveniently forget to tell LSDAS and law schools about a foreign graduate program that I did not complete? I started a M.A. program in Europe straight out of undergrad. I was also working as a journalist at the time. I did one semester - did OK. Then, during the 2nd semester, I was offered a full-time position at a magazine, and I just stopped going to school. It was too late to withdraw so I assume I just got incompletes that turned into Fs.
If this was my only issue, I'd mention it on the app. But I also f-ed up my first 1.5 year of school - 1.1 GPA. Then, from then on I had a 3.9, and I have a high LSAT.
So I have a shot at good schools if they overlook my first 1.5 years - I don't want to put 2 F-ups on my app.
I probably sound like an unethical bastard, but I want to be a juevenille public defender. So I'm not that bad. Although I have no idea how to correctly spell juevenille.
Also, my parents paid my tuition for the school. This may mean I can't apply for aid or loans because it'll show up on the reports that if I have to turn my parents' financial records. Ahhh!