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legaleagle3

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transferring advice from school in top 20-25
« on: June 16, 2006, 09:31:16 AM »
Dunno if anyone at a top 20-25 school (more or less) is out there, but was just wondering if anyone knows of a top 202-5 law school, mediocre student in terms of grades [B/B+] (I think excellent in everything else if I say so myself, already have big firm interviews lined for next summer, in moot court, great work experience, very strong undergrad, publications, with very good recommendations) successfully transferring up.  I am a bit torn about even doing it at all, but just wondering if anyone knows of anyone successful in such a dilemma.  The pat line for law schools are top 10-25%, but that is pretty much regardless of which school you come from.  My law school admissions dean says that people are very successful with transferring up (even though I told her my grades), but it may just be because she's trying to get me to stay here. Thanks.