nodummy wrote: Desert Fox wrote: nodummy wrote:
BrownBears09 wrote:ITT: OP asks legitimate question. Doom squad invades, tells OP to killself. OP never gets question answered. Random LSAT quip (really?)
Exactly. Can I get a decent response from someone? I would prefer hearing my only shot is at Cooley compared to these responses. (But please don't say Cooley.)
TBF you can get a fullride at cooley.
That's what I don't understand...why would a full ride at some T3 not be worth it? It's a free law degree that I'm sure would be useful at some point some where...either way, no debt.
Well there is still cost of living, and you are possibly giving up over $100,000 over the course of those three years, which, while not necessarily all adding up to debt, does mean you are giving up $150,000-$200,000 to attend a terrible law school where your job prospects will be crappy.
Why would anyone want to do that? Even if you want to practice law... do you really want to practice the kind that you will be forced into by attending an awful institution? And if practicing the law is THAT important to you, why would you be opposed to spending a little extra time now retaking the LSAT in order to achieve a career closer to what you desired? If you are unwilling to do that, then how much do you really want to practice law?