advice for transferring form a 4th tier in S. Calif.

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advice for transferring form a 4th tier in S. Calif.

Postby lakers1 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:44 pm


I am currently a 2L Part time evening student that is ranked 4/42 (top 10%) @ a tier 4 school in CA. Currently part time students are on a 4 year track for graduation, therefore I have just finished up all my 1 year requirements for a traditional full time 3 year track.I have already finished 2 semesters of law review. I have already applied EA to USC, but I believe my chances are slim, however I am hoping that the fact that I have already finished 2 semesters of law review will help me out at least a little. What other schools should I be applying to that I might have a legitimate shot of getting into?


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Re: advice for transferring form a 4th tier in S. Calif.

Postby RodneyBoonfield » Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:42 pm

Not sure how the part time game works, but it sounds like you're shooting for all the t1 cali schools, and other schools that feed markets in which you want to work. Probably have a good shot at many schools outside the T14. good luck, keep us posted.

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