19 year old. 3.92/177 LSAT.

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TheThriller
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Re: 19 year old. 3.92/177 LSAT.

Postby TheThriller » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:03 pm

alex.feuerman wrote:If this is not a joke, PLEASE do not go to law school. Move to NYC and try to get a job at a securities firm. Morgan Stanley, UBS, Alliance Berstein, etc.

You could be making more money at 24 than most lawyers will ever see in their lives...even BigLawyers


what if one was predisposed to be a PetiteLawyer?

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Re: 19 year old. 3.92/177 LSAT.

Postby hume85 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:18 pm

alex.feuerman wrote:If this is not a joke, PLEASE do not go to law school. Move to NYC and try to get a job at a securities firm. Morgan Stanley, UBS, Alliance Berstein, etc.

You could be making more money at 24 than most lawyers will ever see in their lives...even BigLawyers


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Re: 19 year old. 3.92/177 LSAT.

Postby hume85 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:19 pm

TheThriller wrote:
alex.feuerman wrote:If this is not a joke, PLEASE do not go to law school. Move to NYC and try to get a job at a securities firm. Morgan Stanley, UBS, Alliance Berstein, etc.

You could be making more money at 24 than most lawyers will ever see in their lives...even BigLawyers


what if one was predisposed to be a PetiteLawyer?


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Re: 19 year old. 3.92/177 LSAT.

Postby JWalker » Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:19 pm

Retake is always TCR, even if you have a 180.

Then ED UVA.




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