Thanks for the reply. My problem is that I do not have a good reason for quitting law school. I dont think I could even give a good bs reason. I simply stopped going to classes and did not withdraw. That means that my final exams for an entire semesters were recorded as zeros. I have a full time job as a teacher and my salary is around 50,000. I like teaching but would like to practice immigration law part time. I know of another teacher who is doing that. He only takes cases that require filling out the forms without going to court much. However, he went to a traditional law school.You mentioned that the correspondence school may not be a good idea because I will not makeconnections. I am not looking to get into a private firm. I have worked as a law clerk at one and did not enjoy it. I would like to do my own thing. My main concern would be passing the bar. I am somewhat of a "loner" when it comes to studying. I like to do so on my own. Again, I did get the highest grade in immigration law at SMU so I feel confident about my intellect and ability to grasp legal concepts. I also have a strong undergraduate gpa. Thank you for replying though. I am new here so I am not sure I understand what a "flame" is. I am assuming its a fake post. I am not fake lol.
I'll go ahead and venture a guess that a fair deal of depression -- diagnosed or not -- was in fact responsible for your failure the first time around. If you can make a case that you've done a good deal of "work on yourself" in the time since -- that you've grown as a person, learned from the mistake and overcome the problem -- I'll bet you'll be given another shot.