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Patrick H. Stiehm

You end with, "I am often asked, 'What law school should I go to'. I most often say, 'To the one that accepts you'."

Good advice. You might want to add, "..., that has a high first time bar pass rate and that will leave with the smallest student debt."

Judy Kingston-Smith

I completely agree with you. Why should it be so important to get into one of the 10 BIG Law Schools if you can learn what you need to be a good laywer at any good other Law School. I agree with Patrick, one with a high first time pass bar rate and small student debt should be the one to go for.

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