Umass Dartmouth is offering 75% tuition reduction: 25% is academic and 50% is a public interest scholarship that cannot be revoked; total cost = 8k. The school recently merged and became a public university, so it will be provisionally acredited.
UALR is offering me in state tuition at about 10k a year, as long as I make an attempt to become a resident of Arkansas by next year.
I've seen and read a lot of horror stories about non-ABA/Tier 3/4 schools, however I figure I won't get into a lot of debt, and a law degree is something I really want to pursue. I am still waiting on Thomas Jefferson, Clarke in D.C. and North Carolina Central...
1. attend either umass dartmouth or UALR
2. forget law school and pursue high school teaching and coaching
3. wait on another school?