Transfer from Taft

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dropout

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Transfer from Taft

Postby dropout » Sat Dec 29, 2018 9:49 pm

Background - I decided to look elsewhere after being accepted to nusl for a mls. nusl claimed none of my transcripts ever arrived for financial aid clearance after accepting my application.
I would like to transfer from taft to an aba approved law school. So far i have found that suffolk and udc could be options. Are there others I should consider? I cant get into any aba schools as a 1L because ive failed out of school to often. If I cant transfer I will attempt a long distance job search when I pass the bar. But, due to col in cali i would like to avoid this.

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby cavalier1138 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 9:57 pm

Ok, so your post is mostly unintelligible, but from what I can glean...

If you're going for the MLS, what are your career goals? And does it matter if the school is ABA accredited when your degree carries no weight to begin with?

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby dropout » Sat Dec 29, 2018 10:05 pm

cavalier1138 wrote:Ok, so your post is mostly unintelligible, but from what I can glean...

If you're going for the MLS, what are your career goals? And does it matter if the school is ABA accredited when your degree carries no weight to begin with?

I am not doing the mls, im attempting a jd. An aba school would be more respected and allow me to sit for any states bar

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby cavalier1138 » Sun Dec 30, 2018 8:15 am

dropout wrote:
cavalier1138 wrote:Ok, so your post is mostly unintelligible, but from what I can glean...

If you're going for the MLS, what are your career goals? And does it matter if the school is ABA accredited when your degree carries no weight to begin with?

I am not doing the mls, im attempting a jd. An aba school would be more respected and allow me to sit for any states bar


Ok, so maybe don't mention irrelevant information next time. Are you currently enrolled in a JD program?

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby popgoestheweasel » Sun Dec 30, 2018 8:52 am

dropout wrote:Background - I decided to look elsewhere after being accepted to nusl for a mls. nusl claimed none of my transcripts ever arrived for financial aid clearance after accepting my application.
I would like to transfer from taft to an aba approved law school. So far i have found that suffolk and udc could be options. Are there others I should consider? I cant get into any aba schools as a 1L because ive failed out of school to often. If I cant transfer I will attempt a long distance job search when I pass the bar. But, due to col in cali i would like to avoid this.


Is this john1990?

nixy

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby nixy » Sun Dec 30, 2018 9:45 am

It is, I think.

cavalier1138

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Re: Transfer from Taft

Postby cavalier1138 » Sun Dec 30, 2018 11:02 am

Oh, never mind then.



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