All I'm saying is from the input I have received from people who have gone through these rigors through different decades, they urge to cut out your debt as much as possible, and going to CUNY and not being from NY is a gamble in itself, what does this state have 13 law schools.
Most people here are gunna tell you to retake, sit out a year, go to a better school .. which isn't bad advice
But if you wanna practice law, and have faith in your abilities, go sit in on a couple hearings, hang around a courthouse for the day. The ADA's in Nassau County and Queens are not making me think I will not be able to secure a law job in any fashion.
If you wanna practice law, do yo bro, 90% of the people here are gunna say your grades are shit and you should give up. I find law and litigation interesting as hell bro, If you have the drive and ability people will see it. And the damn LSAT does not prove ability to handle the court room, you could end up somewhere and literally G the hell out of all these kids in moot court and mock trials.
I don't how many people here actually know the law, all I see is references to job statistics and LSAT scores, which is great. But a portion of these kids who tell you to retake are gunna end up like Darius Miles (NBA reference), all the numbers going into the league, only to flame out.
OP if your from the burroughs, and have a place to live, you can get out with under 60k in debt, which is flawless for a law degree. If you know any lawyers, take a week off work and ask em if you can tag along, see everything in motion .. and don't be in it for the money, most of these people commenting have no concept of the client, or law in general