Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

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PrinceKasra
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Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

Postby PrinceKasra » Thu Apr 05, 2012 9:52 pm

Is being admitted to an evening program to loyola a better opportunity than going to the full time program at a lower tier school?

bdole2
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Re: Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

Postby bdole2 » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:22 pm

...which Loyola are we talking about here?

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Re: Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

Postby bdole2 » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:27 pm

Okay, after looking after your profile and post history, I saw you made an earlier topic about MSU v Seatle... And now you make one about Loyola LA vs Chicago Kent?

These are regional schools. Figure out where you want to practice. Seriously.

Also, retake the LSAT.

PrinceKasra
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Re: Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

Postby PrinceKasra » Fri Apr 06, 2012 2:04 am

If I have to have a preference then yes I would want to live in southern California but I honestly do not have a preference for a region. I simply would like to know if being admitted to a part time program in a high t2 school is a better option over a full time program at a lower t2 school. That is all. I am sorry if this question is a waste of time but unfortunately I do not know any lawyers who can give me information on this.

bdole2
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Re: Loyola Law School Evening Program v. Chicago Kent

Postby bdole2 » Fri Apr 06, 2012 9:20 am

PrinceKasra wrote:If I have to have a preference then yes I would want to live in southern California but I honestly do not have a preference for a region. I simply would like to know if being admitted to a part time program in a high t2 school is a better option over a full time program at a lower t2 school. That is all. I am sorry if this question is a waste of time but unfortunately I do not know any lawyers who can give me information on this.


Rankings. do. not. matter. Region is what matters. If you don't know where you really want to practice, then take a year off and think about it. And while you are taking a year off thinking about where you want to spend the rest of your life, retake the LSAT.




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