What to do? Is law school for me?

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What to do? Is law school for me?

Postby risktaker » Fri Jun 25, 2010 8:02 pm

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Re: What to do? Is law school for me?

Postby xyzzzzzzzz » Sat Jun 26, 2010 5:59 pm

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Re: What to do? Is law school for me?

Postby CanadianWolf » Sat Jun 26, 2010 6:07 pm

Almost every third & fourth tier law school is likely to admit you assuming a 157 LSAT & a 3.5 GPA. Among those law schools is Franklin Pierce in New Hampshire which is strong in patent/intellectual property law.
If you plan to retake the LSAT give yourself a one or two year break, although your score range is quite consistent. How did you prepare for the LSAT?
A full ride (do you mean full tuition & fees?) to California Western looks good in your situation if your GPA is below 3.5.

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Re: What to do? Is law school for me?

Postby risktaker » Sat Jun 26, 2010 7:30 pm

I took the test masters course and also did self-study. But I was PTing in the high 160s before this June test, but it could be because I was more familiar w/ the tests as I was retaking a lot of these tests. I ended up w/ -12 in LG, in which I usually get -1 to -4. Is there any school that will let me take the LSAT again in October or is this a stupid decision? Or should I work for 2 years and then try to re-take? I plan on taking the patent bar so that I can at least work as a patent agent in the mean time. Is this at all feasible? Please let me know. Thanks.




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