JetSetter68 wrote:OP here. Wow, thanks for letting me know that a law school would know its own administrative policy. Question was obviously more about whether it's something a person can handle personally and academically.
Also, some people realize that there are (substantial) risks inherent to every choice and affirmatively seek help in navigating those risks. Your response: "There's a risk! If you take it, you'll be taking a risk!"....not helpful dude. And don't take this as someone not being grateful for your wisdom, take it as someone pointing out that you're not super wise.
I literally laughed out load. What a fucking asshole. I think you're going to make a great politician, JetSetter68
rayiner wrote:Also, most schools require you to do your graduation requirements in six semesters.
I think the ABA rule requires that you can only take X% of your total required credits per semester (either 16 or 17 credits, depending on the total number of credits required to gradaute from your school), and that breaks down in a way that it requires 6 semesters of attendance.