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Hi guys, is anyone applying to CUNY Law PT program starting in 2015? I'm thrilled they finally have one. My application is in review.... hope to get an ACCEPTANCE by Christmas.
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I'm really interested to see how the part-time program does. Finally, there's an affordable part-time option in NYC. I think you'll see more of these part-time and flex law programs popping up, especially at the non-elites. With tuition continuing to climb, it is simply too costly for most to give up an income for three years and get shackled with debt. I'm all for anything that reduces the debt burden. Granted, you probably won't be clerking for SCOTUS coming from a school with a part-time program, but for the right price, it can be a good career move. As a part-timer, myself, best of luck to all you guys. It's not easy balancing school and work, but it definitely is doable.
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