I needed some advice on the LOR front. I went to NYU and graduated with a so so gpa. I will have 2 years of work experience under my belt before attending law school and I'm scoring well on the LSAT (which I will take in October).
I didn't really make any connection with Professor's in college because I'm an idiot. I have two awesome recommendations from an Executive Director at a nonprofit and a University Chaplain who was also my advisor for four years. I was told that it is imperative that you get at least ONE recommendation from a Professor. I really don't feel like I can ask anyone.
Do I have to have a recommendation from a Professor, and if so... how should I go about it seeing as I am a year out of college and I didn't make any relationships with any of my professors (and the TA's I did have relationships with I've completely lost touch with - 2+ years- ).
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Do you still have the work you did in classes you did well in? If so just email your profs in a professional manner telling them you got an A in their class and have the work you did in it and they should be able to help you out.
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