Bama/LSU law

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Bama/LSU law

Postby Bama11Braves » Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:45 am

I have a 167 LSAT and 3.6 GPA in Economics with a minor in French and will have my LOR's sent in by the end of January. What do y'all think my chances are?

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby luxxe » Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:06 am

Ok, I lol'd.

But RMFT :mrgreen:.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby Bama11Braves » Wed Dec 28, 2011 5:33 am

Ha, run trent run. Kind of ironic that I really want to do LSU law...the only thing stopping me would be a couple of Student Non-Academic Misconducts I got in my first two years.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby law4vus » Thu Dec 29, 2011 12:42 am

You have a good shot at both places and your misconducts shouldn't be an issue. You are applying kind of late, though.

If you want to practice in the South, you're probably good for a significant scholly to Emory if interested.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby Bama11Braves » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:52 am

Thanks for the reply; I've actually got a friend who just finished his first semester at Emory and Atlanta sounds really fun. Do you think schollys are already out of the question for the other two thought?

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby law4vus » Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:21 pm

Bama11Braves wrote:Thanks for the reply; I've actually got a friend who just finished his first semester at Emory and Atlanta sounds really fun. Do you think schollys are already out of the question for the other two thought?


Not at all. You'll get significant money, if not full rides at both 'Bama and LSU.

I just mentioned Emory since you'll most likely get over a year's full tuition off and it's a higher ranked school for working in the South. I got 42K total with a 3.3 and your same LSAT score. If you're set on staying in Bama or LA, you probably can't go wrong with a full ride to either 'Bama or LSU. Good luck!

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Re: Bama/LSU law

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby Bama11Braves » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:01 pm

@ law4vus- Thanks for the input. I ended up talking to my buddy at Emory and decided to put it on my list.

@ rebexness- I did look at Tulane but I don't think I could concentrate with New Orleans all around me. Plus money is a bit of an issue and Tulane is pretty pricey.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby Real Madrid » Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:14 am

law4vus wrote:
Bama11Braves wrote:Thanks for the reply; I've actually got a friend who just finished his first semester at Emory and Atlanta sounds really fun. Do you think schollys are already out of the question for the other two thought?


Not at all. You'll get significant money, if not full rides at both 'Bama and LSU.

I just mentioned Emory since you'll most likely get over a year's full tuition off and it's a higher ranked school for working in the South. I got 42K total with a 3.3 and your same LSAT score. If you're set on staying in Bama or LA, you probably can't go wrong with a full ride to either 'Bama or LSU. Good luck!


If s/he wants to stay in Bama, s/he couldn't go wrong with a full scholarship to Bama, but s/he will not get a full scholarship to Bama.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby law4vus » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:32 pm

Real Madrid wrote:
law4vus wrote:
Bama11Braves wrote:Thanks for the reply; I've actually got a friend who just finished his first semester at Emory and Atlanta sounds really fun. Do you think schollys are already out of the question for the other two thought?


Not at all. You'll get significant money, if not full rides at both 'Bama and LSU.

I just mentioned Emory since you'll most likely get over a year's full tuition off and it's a higher ranked school for working in the South. I got 42K total with a 3.3 and your same LSAT score. If you're set on staying in Bama or LA, you probably can't go wrong with a full ride to either 'Bama or LSU. Good luck!


If s/he wants to stay in Bama, s/he couldn't go wrong with a full scholarship to Bama, but s/he will not get a full scholarship to Bama.


Yeah, you're right. I wasn't as familiar with Alabama's numbers. If in-state, though, that's the way to go.

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Re: Bama/LSU law

Postby Bama11Braves » Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:50 pm

I am indeed in state, but if LSU can give me enough $ to balance out the in state advantage, I will probably go there. Plus, I'm so sick and tired of Tuscaloosa...




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