aldoleopold wrote:scammedhard wrote:0L interested in "environmental law." He/she wrote on May 02, 2011, on "Program Specific Softs":Veyron wrote:Where are you getting all of this wild information? My guess is either 0L, graduated a long time ago, or admissions office shill.Hello,
I am thinking about testing the law school waters and had a question about how relevant certain softs are to law school applications. For example, I am currently an MA student in environmental history that is interested in going into environmental law. I have an article soon to be published in a respectable academic journal and have been on the editorial staff of a prominent academic publication involved with environmental history.
Would these soft factors earn me any points if I applied to a program that seeks to attract students interested in environmental law, such as NYU, or do I stand the same chance as any other applicant with the same LSAT score and GPA?
Thank you so much for your help.
http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 8#p4363678
Yup, that's me.
Well, I'm sure that anyone with the softs to get into NYU in spite of a bad GPA/LSAT will do fine
I am a UA undergrad, and I live on about $600 a month. Below $550 would be pretty possible, but you would have to cut a lot of costs, including not buying internet, buying cheaper groceries and finding cheaper rent.
Man, I should have gone to U of A.