Law Schools In The South

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Re: Law Schools In The South

Postby mmk33 » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:13 am

SnowDude wrote:
mmk33 wrote:If you want the south, and have numbers for UT and Duke, I would at least apply to Wake Forest. They give fee waivers, they have a lot of scholarship money (including full tuition merit), and they are top 40.


You think? I'll put them on my list. To be honest, I hadn't thought about Wake Forest until you mentioned them.

How do you get a fee waiver? I mean, a regular fee waiver (not the need based waivers). Do you write the admissions people an e-mail?


I got a fee waiver just by writing to them. If you check their profile out on lawschoolnumbers.com you'll see there are a bunch of people getting $50,000-$110,000 in merit aid, so anywhere from 1/2 off to full. When you look at their job placement statistics keep in mind that although they place throughout the southeast, they place something like 8 times as many students within NC as in any one of the bordering states.




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