Question regarding disclosure--not trying to hide anything, just curious

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foreignlawquestions
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Question regarding disclosure--not trying to hide anything, just curious

Postby foreignlawquestions » Mon Jun 12, 2017 12:42 pm

Hello all!

I am an American currently enrolled (online) in a BA in Jurisprudence. I saw a program that piqued my interest in Italy where I am moving within the next few months and was wondering if I need to disclose foreign education or just American when applying to law schools? I am interested in maybe attending the Italian program part time because I like the courses, but of course would finish my American BA before finishing the Italian one. I am not trying to hide anything--just am curious. Are there ways for LSAC to find out if I attended a school abroad? I don't mind disclosing it if I need to. Thoughts?

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Re: Question regarding disclosure--not trying to hide anything, just curious

Postby cavalier1138 » Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:19 pm

Yes, you need to include international transcripts.

(I'm doing by best to ignore how weird it is that you're doing your BA online but traveling abroad to take separate classes in-person.)

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Re: Question regarding disclosure--not trying to hide anything, just curious

Postby foreignlawquestions » Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:21 pm

I'm not traveling abroad by choice, but I figured I want to occupy my time and make the best of it while I'm there. I move around a lot because of my husband's job (and the fact that I telecommute too). Thanks for your reply!




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