Drexel v Hofstra Law

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Drexel v Hofstra Law

Postby ssk1991 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 11:03 pm

Hi Guys,

I got into both law schools with 20K scholarship. I am interested in IP or Immigration law. Which school would be better?

beinghuman

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Re: Drexel v Hofstra Law

Postby beinghuman » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:57 am

Neither is a good choice in general and at that cost in particular.
You'd need almost a full ride if you pursue immigration law as you would not be making a lot of money I assume.
As for IP, I am not sure these schools will be helpful.

ssk1991 wrote:Hi Guys,

I got into both law schools with 20K scholarship. I am interested in IP or Immigration law. Which school would be better?

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Re: Drexel v Hofstra Law

Postby Law2019 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 6:42 pm

beinghuman wrote:Neither is a good choice in general and at that cost in particular.
You'd need almost a full ride if you pursue immigration law as you would not be making a lot of money I assume.
As for IP, I am not sure these schools will be helpful.

ssk1991 wrote:Hi Guys,

I got into both law schools with 20K scholarship. I am interested in IP or Immigration law. Which school would be better?


Agreed. Do not go to either. You likely will never pay off the debt

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Re: Drexel v Hofstra Law

Postby objctnyrhnr » Tue Oct 02, 2018 8:42 pm

If you aren’t able to push yourself to do decently at the Lsat and/or grades in college (which is way easier), it’s unlikely you’re going to be the kind of person who ends up at the top of the class (where you really gotta be if you go) at even a ttt.

Don’t go or retake.



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