Hi everyone - I guess the is the start of your rags to riches story - law school edition.LSAT was a nightmare for me - took it twice - got a 147 first time around, scored a 149 second time around. Someone must have been smiling on me one day, becuase I was accepted to a T4 in Massachusetts last fall. I'm currently enrolled in the PT program, and mid-term grades have been released. I scored a 90 in CivPro, 92 in Contracts, 93 in LRW and 94 in Torts. I would have chalked it up to luck if it weren't for the consistency in my grades. Here is my question - assuming I can keep up my level of performance, what do people think my chances are in transferring to UCONN Law (#50 ranking) next fall?
I got into UCONN from T4 with Top 20%, but decided to go to another T1 (USNEWS 40's)
Isn't it the case that some T4s have particularly bad reputation, such as Cooley or New England.
Quote from: Blunderbuss on January 23, 2007, 08:28:15 PMIsn't it the case that some T4s have particularly bad reputation, such as Cooley or New England. All T4's are purely regional schools. Cooley is in a league all its own if you ask me, especially if you follow their "rankings". Students coming from New England probably have a difficult time as well, considering they're up against BC, BU and Suffolk in the Boston market.