...Do any of you know current law students or lawyers that have attended law school after reapplying? If so, what did they do in the year before reapplying to make their application more enticing?...
80% percent of the law students who re-apply will be accepted by a law school by their third summer providing that the name on their diploma does not get them upset. In-short, apply to the law schools that will ensure your academics rather than the name. And also keep this in mind, the number of law seats equate to the projected law employment opportunities upon graduation. Although you will hope for the great paying job, you must consider that you may fall into the category where you must employee yourself, usually within your own neighborhood. In having now worked with the DOJ and the US Attorney General's office some three years ago in submitting a proposal in response to the Grutter decision, you must consider your options. Cost of education is everything upon graduation. You must look at the whole picture and in being a former employee of the LSAC/LSAS (Law School Admissions Council/Services) organization, it is all about employment. If you have the support of your family, do not threat about not getting in the first time. Reapply to the law schools that meet your expectations for academics, second or third tier law school and prepare for that employment interview after you successfully complete law school........ You will do fine !!!
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