Penn State Law vs. Dickinson Law

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joeycxxxx09

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Penn State Law vs. Dickinson Law

Postby joeycxxxx09 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 8:28 pm

Does anyone know the difference between the two? I've gotten my application fee waived via email from both of these schools and i can't find info on the difference/why they have two schools. Thanks in advance


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Re: Penn State Law vs. Dickinson Law

Postby Troianii » Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:45 am

joeycxxxx09 wrote:Does anyone know the difference between the two? I've gotten my application fee waived via email from both of these schools and i can't find info on the difference/why they have two schools. Thanks in advance


As he was suggesting, they're both Penn State - two campuses, essentially. If you go on LSAC and look at both law schools you should find that the same exact admissions figures are given for both - so based on that it's fair to assume that the numbers indicated are for the two combined. I don't know which is easier to get into, or if one has better employment prospects, but it looks like they're probably pretty similar, and if you're considering both then location will probably be the key factor, but heck apply to both.



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