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I don't think that counts as an offense, but since some law schools check other things you may have a problem. Lawyers have fiduciary responsibilities and this doesn't look good for that. The law school may not check your credit, but I think many state bars do. I think that they are primarily looking for evictions, repos, and bankruptcy.