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steve23ucsb

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Lincoln Law School of San Jose
« on: May 17, 2005, 02:26:14 PM »
Anyone know anyone who goes here, or goes here yourself?  It seems to be only a 4-year program.  Any insight?

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Re: Lincoln Law School of San Jose
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2005, 03:35:00 PM »
I'm not sure if you're joking but I doubt you really want to consider those schools you've been posting about.  If you went to UCSB you can't be a dumb-sh*t.  Even if your GPA is around a 2.0 if you do anything low to mid 150's LSAT wise you can get into 4th tiers like Thomas Jefferson.  Those baby-bar schools will probably get you no legal jobs.  From what I've read/heard those are feel old people who want a JD just because or people who are going to do public work in the legal sector (read not actually lawyers).  In fact my boss told me her friend got a couple random degrees before going to JFK law school (similiar) after which she failed the bar 5 times before giving up.

If you still want more info, go to the bookstore and read/buy Princeton Review's 117 Top Law Schools.  There is a section with reviews of the California-only approved schools.

Seriously take it from me, in Law schools GPA can be overcome by LSAT's.
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