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smadhura
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Law education in US for International Applicant
« on: May 31st, 2007, 10:14pm »
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Hi
 
Not sure if this topic has been touched on this forum before, I searched for relevant posts but couldn't find any,  
 
I am originally from India, I finished my Bachelors degree in Computer Science there in 2002 (we didn't follow GPA system but I had highest grades throughout), I then came to US in 2002 to complete Masters in Computer Science at Stanford (GPA 3.8), I graduated in 2004 and am currently working with a well reputed software company in Silicon Valley.  
I wish to pursue a career in Patent and IP Law and was wondering what my chances are of getting into a good school (like Stanford/NYU/Boalt)
I haven't given my LSAT yet
 
Any tips/suggestions/guidance would be of great help!
 
Thanks!
 
-Madhura
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Re: Law education in US for International Applican
« Reply #1 on: Jun 1st, 2007, 5:49am »
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on May 31st, 2007, 10:14pm, smadhura wrote:
I haven't given my LSAT yet

 
Take the LSAT.   No one can give any estimate of your chances to enter a top law school without at least an LSAT score.
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