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The Careerist: You Can Get into Any (Mid- Rank) Law School!


The latest on the number of LSAT takers. Plus law school news about Harvard, BU, BC, Hastings and more.

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  • selp

    I enjoed the relationship with lawyer C.Casler ( on google plus), but the final was not good.

  • Carey Law Firm, LLC

    I attended the University of Missouri - Kansas City Law School. It‘s a great program that tends to be more open to applicants. Also it‘s in the heart of one of the Midwest‘s greatest cities. Thank you for the article, I didn‘t realize the change since I had been in school.

  • Dan Bowling

    My advice to those thinking about law school (I get asked a lot): 1) Really want to be a lawyer (you don‘t have to define what that means, but have some idea); 2) Go to a great law school if you get in, unless a) a pretty good school (big state school, for example) offers you a lot of money. Then decide: do you want to be a professor, a Supreme Court justice, a NYC partner, or impress your friends and have a lifelong credential to upper-crustie parties and meet a high- end mate? If so, go to the great law school. If you just want to practice law and make a good living, go to the less expensive school. If you fit in neither category - think long and hard about law school. But if you can‘t live without being a lawyer, go wherever you get in - I bet you will do just fine in the practice.

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