I totally disagree. A student with above average intelligence who does not study and train for the LSAT is going to score in the 140's and probably not get into Cooley. I feel the top scores on the LSAT determine who should get into the top schools, however the 140 and 150 students could actually be great lawyers who just didn't care enough to prepare for the LSAT. an ABA school is not for everyone. What happens to those students who can not afford it, who can't go into debt to go to school, who do not have the time to travel to an ABA school etc? Should they all be denied a legal education.What will happen, is justice will become much more available. You can literally replicate the entire clerk's office online, alot of the court calls can be done online, and eventually more and more people wil file cases. The problem is, not enough cases. Do you have how many idea how many cases are never brought to court? Doug Marcuswww.nationalawschool.net
Full disclosure: Baytostay is going to SLS, and just irked that National is HQ'ed in Shallow Alto!Discuss!
For someone who is 40 years old, has children and this is their life long dream, what do you expect them to do? Doug Marcuswww.nationallawschool.net
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