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« on: Dec 25th, 2006, 6:01pm »
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When law schools look at law applicants, do they try to fill certain quotas in certain aspects of law?
Like, I want to get into IP law, so would they try to fill lets say, 20 IP law students?
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 25th, 2006, 6:49pm »
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No.  Lawschools look at each applicant as just another head full of mush from which they must take an obscene amount of tuition in exchange for their faculty to take said mush, and using the socratic method, miraculously turn this mush into "the mind a lawyer".  They have no quota outside of the social engineering numbers game and LSAT scores that are the indicia of the Law School Industrial Complex.  
That being said, you may obtain mileage placing your noble vacational aspirations on your applications essay.  You may wish to add that you desire to apply your IP skills to serve the oppressed minorities that are so underserved with sound patent advice in the inner city.   Grin
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