New England Law for free, or Northeastern Law w/$30k annual scholarship

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New England Law for free, or Northeastern Law w/$30k annual scholarship

Postby Nickzusa » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:13 pm

Which is the better deal? I'm aware Northeastern has the better reputation, but my question is whether the reputation is worth the extra money.

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Re: New England Law for free, or Northeastern Law w/$30k annual scholarship

Postby beinghuman » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:41 pm

What are your career goals?

Neither school is worth it, even if free. Retake.


Nickzusa wrote:Which is the better deal? I'm aware Northeastern has the better reputation, but my question is whether the reputation is worth the extra money.

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Re: New England Law for free, or Northeastern Law w/$30k annual scholarship

Postby jstanhope14 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:11 pm

Nickzusa wrote:Which is the better deal? I'm aware Northeastern has the better reputation, but my question is whether the reputation is worth the extra money.

Look into UNH if you're interested in working in New England. They give about 1/4 of their class full rides each year and have better employment stats.

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Re: New England Law for free, or Northeastern Law w/$30k annual scholarship

Postby objctnyrhnr » Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:07 am

Nickzusa wrote:Which is the better deal? I'm aware Northeastern has the better reputation, but my question is whether the reputation is worth the extra money.


It’s going to hurt to hear, but retake is 100% the best option here. If you don’t understand the notion that a year spent studying for LSAT will benefit your career in the long run, you probably aren’t intellectually ready for LS anyway.

You’re setting yourself up to have desirable jobs sniped by Bc and Bu grads...and even they struggle.



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