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risktaker wrote:It really depends on what field of law you are interested in. Santa Clara is known to place well regionally in the bay area for IP law. I am actually thinking of applying to Santa Clara and Northeastern as well. I would definitely pick Santa Clara over Northeastern because I am interested in IP law. Also, unless ur 100% positive you will do better on the LSAT, do not waste your time. I wasted a year thinking I could do better and ended up with a 157 again. I was PT'ing in the 165-170 range. Some ppl just don't do well on these standardized tests under pressure. Just go to a school with good job prospects or a school that places well in a region you want to practice in and work hard to get excellent grades your first semester. This will put you in a position to transfer if you must, but don't pick a school hoping you can transfer for sure. Good luck and maybe I'll see you this fall at Santa Clara if we both get in.
Santa Clara doesn't have good job prospects in this economy.
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