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    gkluvsem
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    I guess I just figured that law students tended to come from wealthy families. if one decides to go to law school full-time, where does one live, isn’t it kind of hard without a job? but i’ve also heard full-time gives you benefits like internships and focus. help!

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    Originally posted by gkluvsem

    I guess I just figured that law students tended to come from wealthy families. if one decides to go to law school full-time, where does one live, isn’t it kind of hard without a job? but i’ve also heard full-time gives you benefits like internships and focus. help!


    [:D]Well im from Enland and i must say my family hasnt got alot of money but it is my dream to go to Harvard and i will make it happen, heck in 5 years time and see my name there. scholarships can go far![:D]

    Amy Price

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    goldie
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    Originally posted by gkluvsem

    I guess I just figured that law students tended to come from wealthy families. if one decides to go to law school full-time, where does one live, isn’t it kind of hard without a job? but i’ve also heard full-time gives you benefits like internships and focus. help!


    OMG, are you serious? Did you even attempt to do any research? Have you ever heard of dorm rooms? Did you do well enough on your LSAT to qualify for law school in the first place?

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