Jah'rakal wrote:blowhard wrote:I occasionally get e-mails and mail asking me to consider a shitty law school. I'm a 2L...at Michigan. Give me a break.
And that is bragging, how?
justicefishy wrote:Regent. So much Regent. And Cincinnati. And Tulsa and Drexel. Probably my favorite was Regent followed a minute later by an email from Emory talking about their LGBT group.
sarahmargie wrote:Anybody else noticed they've kicked it up a notch this week? I'm getting fee waivers to Columbia, plane rides to Savannah, full scholarships to Mercer...
Why would they get so aggressive when the deadline has pretty much passed? Why would they want an application thrown together at the last minute? To add to their rejection pile, I guess.
YankeeFan2 wrote:The University of Maine. The subject line is "Lobstahs and Law School" -- note the spelling error with the attempt to sound like an accent!
Yeah, with all of your free time you could check your lobster traps!
zakohl wrote:splitbrain- I think the intent is that you'll put the money down before you realize you're not getting an online degree from Boalt.
Candy from Phoenix sent me another creeper today. Her emails are eerily like the sext chat messages one gets on gmail.
masochist wrote:How has this thread gotten to four pages without any mention of Lewis and Clark's bimonthly mailing of their viewbook? Please tell me they are still doing that for this cycle. I hope it has pictures of trees. Lewis and Clark loves pictures of trees.
apollo2015 wrote:masochist wrote:How has this thread gotten to four pages without any mention of Lewis and Clark's bimonthly mailing of their viewbook? Please tell me they are still doing that for this cycle. I hope it has pictures of trees. Lewis and Clark loves pictures of trees.
Their viewbook is awesome and effective. It almost made me want to go there.
zakohl wrote:"California School of Law"
"As previously indicated in a prior email from California School of
Law, based on a review of your preliminary application and subject to
your successfully completing the remaining steps in the application
and enrollment process, it has been determined that your educational
credentials meet the credentialing requirements for admission to our
Juris Doctorate program at California School of Law. Congratulations!
**What degree do I receive when I graduate?**
Every student who graduates from the California School of Law will
receive a Juris Doctorate, opening up a world of employment
opportunities, as an attorney, law professor, business person, or
wherever you imagine your career is taking you."