1.Retake LSAT, score 10 points higher.
2.Attend Cornell, graduate at the middle of the class.
3.Get a job working in a high paced legal environment.
Retake, don't go to any of these schools unless it's 100% free and you can keep your job.
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So I totally missed the part-time stip which eliminates NE. I'd say go to Suffolk if it is free don't go to the others under any circumstances.
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cinephile wrote:None of those are good options for getting a job. But if you don't care about being employed, then I'd vote for Suffolk. It's a beautiful building in a great part of town.
This made me lol.