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So my GPA and LSAT aren't great. I'm coming from a top 10 US News national university (undergraduate) so I thought that would help but my only option this cycle is a 30K/year scholarship to Brooklyn Law. Because I'm targeting biglaw or in-house opportunities (or clerkship to mid/big law) I'm wondering if it's worth it to even attend with this scholarship offer. I'm coming from out-of-state. I don't think I can meaningfully raise my LSAT score and I'm too old to retake and reapply. This is my last year. But, I don't want to continue in my current job. I'm wondering if this is a decent option. I already tried to negotiate my scholarship and got nothing. I'm still waiting to hear from two schools.
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