Hmmm, San Diego resident here. Cal West is competitive. The San Diego legal market is flooded with lawyers. I know two recent grads of Cal West who were on law reivew and are looking for work. Whittier will have the problem of being 10 miles from the first wave of grads from UCI. That is going to hurt. People dont transfer from Whittier and Cal West to UCLA. Never.Be happy with the school you choose and be honest with yourself about your prospects.
Iv Gotten a lot of feedback from this site. appreciate all of it! I'm debating between Whittier (11,200 scholarship) or Cal Western (no scholarship).......I plan to be at the top of my class and transfer (I know I know, everyone who plans on attending T4 schools plans to transfer, and I understand that it will not be easy).If any of you knew that you would not be retaking the LSAT again (154), which school would you attend based on the premise of being top 10-15% of class and seeking to transfer to: UC-HASTINGSUC-DAVISBERKLEYUCLAUSDASUpossibly USC, STANFORD Also, I understand that alot of 1L's @ T4's go in with the idea of transferring, does this mean that your average T4 1L class could have very stiff competition in terms of GPA, considering that sooo many students are looking to pull off 4.0 GPA in hopes of transferring. Even stiff-enough competition to be on par with T3's? T2's? ANY feedback is much appreciated :mrgreen: