Law School Discussion


Re: Suffolk University Law School
« Reply #10 on: November 22, 2007, 04:11:15 PM »
If you have resources to pay your tuition in cash, great. Just because you started this thread doesn't mean it only concerns you.

Don't you think other people thinking about Suffolk are going to read this too? Perhaps not all of them can afford to pay their tuition in cash? Since most law student take out some loans for school, I think that's a safe assumption.

None of my comments are directed to anyone personally.

My comments on the grading curve could apply to other schools with such curves, not just Suffolk.

Lastly, even if you are stuck in Boston, no one is forcing you to go to law school next year. You could always retake the LSAT and apply the following year. Not fun, but when you are plunking down big bucks for a degree from a private school, it's worth thinking about.


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Re: Suffolk University Law School
« Reply #11 on: November 26, 2007, 11:23:35 PM »
i think if u are sure u dont want to do big law then suffolk is great for you