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Jah'rakal wrote:i know there's a transfer section on this forum, but it's pretty much dead normally
vanwinkle wrote:Moved to appropriate forum.
anyways, check LSAC for dates and the schools' website. All the availability dates vary.
PS, this forum is hardly dead...
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Jah'rakal wrote:i know there's a transfer section on this forum, but it's pretty much dead normally, when do transfer applications become available? are they usually done through LSAC as well? thanks guys
I'd check the website for the school you're applying to.
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