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3.15/161

Postby zhughes315 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 12:30 am

Hey guys, new here. Anyway, I am currently a senior at University of Maryland majoring in Rhetoric and History. My GPA isn't that great, 3.15, and I got a 161 on the LSAT in June. I was curious if anyone had any suggestions on what law schools to look in to. I was thinking Pacific, Case Western and Minnesota.

Thanks,
Zach

Edit - Oh, I am planning on going into International Law.

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Postby als86 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 3:29 am

Try American in DC. They have a great reputation for international law. Your GPA is at the 25th percentile but your LSAT is at the median. Put together a great application package and I think you'll have a decent shot. Plus, DC has a great job market for anything international.

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Postby fonzerelli » Fri Jan 08, 2010 10:06 pm

als86 wrote:Try American in DC. They have a great reputation for international law. Your GPA is at the 25th percentile but your LSAT is at the median. Put together a great application package and I think you'll have a decent shot. Plus, DC has a great job market for anything international.



Speaking of American in DC.... how do you think Scalia's comments affected the Law School's reputation....??

http://jonathanturley.org/2009/05/12/he ... ng-school/

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Postby MDPSteve » Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:43 am

fonzerelli wrote:
als86 wrote:Try American in DC. They have a great reputation for international law. Your GPA is at the 25th percentile but your LSAT is at the median. Put together a great application package and I think you'll have a decent shot. Plus, DC has a great job market for anything international.



Speaking of American in DC.... how do you think Scalia's comments affected the Law School's reputation....??

http://jonathanturley.org/2009/05/12/he ... ng-school/


I doubt they made any difference... any person who has a chance to go to the schools he implied would have been chosen it over American.




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