I'm currently a law student at a 4th tier school. Unfortunately, I am very disappointed with the faculty, law school facilities, and difficult nature of transferring out of the school (due to the strict grading curve, lack of faculty cooperation regarding letters of recommendation, etc). I was wondering what some thought about withdrawing from the current law school I am at. Would this be a smart move (considering my circumstances) or do you think it would adversely affect my chances of gaining admission into another school? Bear in mind I have a low LSAT score, but do plan on retaking, in the event I do withdraw, in December. Do you think, even with a higher LSAT score, that my dropping out for the reasons I stated above would harm my chances of being admitted into another school? Does anyone know of others who have also withdrawn from their law schools, reapplied elsewhere, and were accepted?
Any information, recommendations, insight, is greatly appreciated!