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FYI (Experience): Non-ABA to ABA School
« on: June 15, 2005, 12:23:41 PM »
The following item (see link, below) was posted on the Nashville School of Law board.  I repeat the item here for your information. 

Abstract: It is possible to switch from a non-ABA school to one that is certified, with many caveats.  If accepted, expect to discard all your prior law school credits and start over.  Some schools add additional restrictions or will not allow students with prior non-ABA experience to apply there under any set of conditions.  Also expect the application process to be more complex.  However, you may not have to repeat your LSAT.

All the best,
/Sandy/

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