The cheap regional make sense?

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Re: The cheap regional make sense?

Postby Optimist Prime » Sat Feb 15, 2014 1:12 am

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Re: The cheap regional make sense?

Postby Manwhosoldtheworld » Sat Feb 15, 2014 11:03 am

Optimist Prime wrote:
Manwhosoldtheworld wrote:I got an offer of 95000 from UNH, and I already know it's easily gonna be my thriftiest option since New Hampshire isn't expensive at all. I am still waiting on BC/BU but would probably be around sticker with 2.5/166. After talking to you guys I didn't bother sending apps to Suffolk (see above about the paralegal thing!!!) but still sent one to Northeastern and UConn. I understand I can't count on a Massachusetts job, so I'm open to New England small law anywhere. What should I do? UNH is guaranteed to be way cheaper than Northeastern/UConn (won't get CT residency), so looks like the battle is against sticker at much higher ranked schools potentially. BTW I'm taking out loans for whatever is left after the scholarship....might have a little assistance from family members for an apartment but I don't know the total amount.

First off congrats on doing your research, and on that LSAT score. What stipulations does the scholarship have?

Thank you. To my understanding it is only good academic standing, but I'd like to negotiate to a full ride of 123k (which has a 3.0 stip)...need higher ranked acceptances though.

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