If anyone here knows of, heard of, or is one of those aspiring to continue law school after you have been academically dismissed from an ABA-accredited law school....please post your stories or experiences here.
I know that 99% of those applying to law school have never been to law school and probably aren't interested in this post. But there are students that have been academically dismissed and they are in a unique or interesting situation. Hardly anything is written about this and so I wanted to make an effort to put this on the forefront in hopes of obtaining valuable and useful information and advice. Thank you everyone!
1. Do ABA-accredited law schools accept students that have been academically dismissed? If so, do they have a special policy or process for admitting them? What does that student have to do?
2. How can a student in this situation can do in order to enhance his/her chances to be admitted back into an ABA-accredit law school?
3. Do they have to re-take the LSATs?
4. Does employment history help the application of the student?
5. Does being a certified paralegal help?
6. Any further recommendations or related experiences/stories that may help?