"I have different motivations for going to law school"

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby emciosn » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:26 pm

I want to take some time to seriously respond to some concerns this thread has brought on for me. Seriously, do not get a rolling backpack/bag. This asian girl took up the whole space in from of my locker between every class with her rolling bag. If you are not strong enough to just carry your books in a bag on your back, you better starting hiding your lunch money in your shoe or something because I'm sending a bully to your school to take it.

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby loblaw » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:42 pm

My 5th grade gym teacher made me sit in the corner for hitting someone in the head during dodgeball. Do I have to write an addendum?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby MrAnon » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:45 pm

Florida Atlantic, John Marshall, or Western New England College of Law: Which is better for practice in NYC?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby emciosn » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:47 pm

I think I want to go to law school but haven't started studying for the LSAT yet. Does anyone on this site have any advice or study plans?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby lisjjen » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:47 pm

MrAnon wrote:Florida Atlantic, John Marshall, or Western New England College of Law: Which is better for practice in NYC?


Cooley has pretty good bigaw placement.

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby MrAnon » Wed Jul 20, 2011 6:07 pm

lisjjen wrote:
MrAnon wrote:Florida Atlantic, John Marshall, or Western New England College of Law: Which is better for practice in NYC?


Cooley has pretty good bigaw placement.


Thanks! I'll look into it! It sounds awesome!

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby stratocophic » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:06 pm

I have a 4.0/157, took the LSAT twice. Didn't really study for it but I WILL NOTbe retaking cause I hate standardized tests (and I'm sooo bad at them) so don't even suggest it. Chance me at St Johns, Seton Hall and Ruthers please? Also I like the west coast, ASSUMING I do well wherever I end up can I get into Stanford from these three schools? Srs responses only tyia guys :D

PS to all you 'elitists' I know I have what it takes to be a great lawyer, that's how I got my 4.0 in theater/Persian archaeology so don't come messing up my thread with your sinisism and negativity. I'm going to be kicking your entitled T14 butts in court someday so best be ready for it!!!

I really like this thread

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby sunynp » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:14 pm

I'm going to [insert name of random T2 or T3 school] because I'll be smarter than everyone else. Also I will work harder than Arrow. I'm guaranteed to be the top of my class. Then I can transfer to top 14. Amirite?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby emciosn » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:28 pm

stratocophic wrote:I have a 4.0/157, took the LSAT twice. Didn't really study for it but I WILL NOTbe retaking cause I hate standardized tests (and I'm sooo bad at them) so don't even suggest it. Chance me at St Johns, Seton Hall and Ruthers please? Also I like the west coast, ASSUMING I do well wherever I end up can I get into Stanford from these three schools? Srs responses only tyia guys :D

PS to all you 'elitists' I know I have what it takes to be a great lawyer, that's how I got my 4.0 in theater/Persian archaeology so don't come messing up my thread with your sinisism and negativity. I'm going to be kicking your entitled T14 butts in court someday so best be ready for it!!!

I really like this thread


Also, I have no time to retake and reapply because I HAVE to go to law school this fall.

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby Stonewall » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:31 pm

I know its bad.. But I mean widener isn't really THAT bad, is it?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby JazzOne » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:34 pm

sundance95 wrote:
Bronx Bum wrote:Yeah, why do people say it like they're unique? You couldn't fuckin tell by reading the OP?

Why did you start this thread like you are unique?

lol

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby JazzOne » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:35 pm

GATORTIM wrote:
SchopenhauerFTW wrote:I hate law students.

This

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby Naked Dude » Thu Jul 21, 2011 1:06 am

emciosn wrote:I want to take some time to seriously respond to some concerns this thread has brought on for me. Seriously, do not get a rolling backpack/bag. This asian girl took up the whole space in from of my locker between every class with her rolling bag. If you are not strong enough to just carry your books in a bag on your back, you better starting hiding your lunch money in your shoe or something because I'm sending a bully to your school to take it.


How bout some help with my conundrum? I have a great north face bag, but in the winter, I prefer a messenger bag. I don't like carrying my laptop in my book bag, but my messenger bag is not built for casebooks. Carrying around a book bag AND a messenger bag makes you look like a tool. What to do?

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby SchopenhauerFTW » Thu Jul 21, 2011 1:22 am

Naked Dude wrote:
emciosn wrote:I want to take some time to seriously respond to some concerns this thread has brought on for me. Seriously, do not get a rolling backpack/bag. This asian girl took up the whole space in from of my locker between every class with her rolling bag. If you are not strong enough to just carry your books in a bag on your back, you better starting hiding your lunch money in your shoe or something because I'm sending a bully to your school to take it.


How bout some help with my conundrum? I have a great north face bag, but in the winter, I prefer a messenger bag. I don't like carrying my laptop in my book bag, but my messenger bag is not built for casebooks. Carrying around a book bag AND a messenger bag makes you look like a tool. What to do?


Just use your sweatshirt and look like a BOSS.

Image

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby Naked Dude » Thu Jul 21, 2011 1:29 am

SchopenhauerFTW wrote:
Naked Dude wrote:
emciosn wrote:I want to take some time to seriously respond to some concerns this thread has brought on for me. Seriously, do not get a rolling backpack/bag. This asian girl took up the whole space in from of my locker between every class with her rolling bag. If you are not strong enough to just carry your books in a bag on your back, you better starting hiding your lunch money in your shoe or something because I'm sending a bully to your school to take it.


How bout some help with my conundrum? I have a great north face bag, but in the winter, I prefer a messenger bag. I don't like carrying my laptop in my book bag, but my messenger bag is not built for casebooks. Carrying around a book bag AND a messenger bag makes you look like a tool. What to do?


Just use your sweatshirt and look like a BOSS.

Image


This will put my sweatshirt to good use. They make people look so bloated...

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Re: "I have different motivations for going to law school"

Postby stratocophic » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:43 am

emciosn wrote:
stratocophic wrote:I have a 4.0/157, took the LSAT twice. Didn't really study for it but I WILL NOTbe retaking cause I hate standardized tests (and I'm sooo bad at them) so don't even suggest it. Chance me at St Johns, Seton Hall and Ruthers please? Also I like the west coast, ASSUMING I do well wherever I end up can I get into Stanford from these three schools? Srs responses only tyia guys :D

PS to all you 'elitists' I know I have what it takes to be a great lawyer, that's how I got my 4.0 in theater/Persian archaeology so don't come messing up my thread with your sinisism and negativity. I'm going to be kicking your entitled T14 butts in court someday so best be ready for it!!!

I really like this thread


Also, I have no time to retake and reapply because I HAVE to go to law school this fall.
Egregious oversight on my part. Thank you for correcting it, I forgot that I'm always attached to a Speed-style explosive device that will detonate if the number of law schools I'm attending in September falls below 1.




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