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question/recommendation needed for re-applying
« on: January 24, 2014, 06:25:51 PM »
I need some advice.  I voluntary withdrew from 3rd tier law school last year due to family issue and I am in process of reapplying for fall 2014. Frankly speaking, I didn't do well for fall semester but improved for spring.  Is it too early to reapply to a different law school or should I wait?  I do not need a 505 letter since I was not academically disqualified.  Thanks in advance. 

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Re: question/recommendation needed for re-applying
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2014, 08:20:37 PM »
You need to contact the individual schools you're applying to and ask them. If you voluntarily withdrew, as opposed to being academically disqualified, then there may be no issue. It might be just like transferring. However, each school will have it's own deadlines. Again, contact the schools for the best information.

The real question you need to ask yourself is whether you're ready to get back into law school. Are the obstacles that you faced resolved, or will they create problems at the new school, too? Only you can answer that.

Good luck with your decision!