Question by  lsubash2 (18)

How does a dismissed law student reapply for school?

I was dismissed from law school two years ago and would like to try again, yet I do not know where to start.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Contact the school for details and eligibility requirements for re-admission. These matters are handled on a case-by-case manner. Much consideration will be given to your status at the time, the specifics that led to the dismissal and your letters of appeal.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

If you were dismissed, you have to state that in your application for the next law school and then you have to state why you were dismissed and if you have some substantial grounds to prove so you may be able to remit yourself into a school of your choice.


Answer by  elb (1105)

Objectively analyze what caused your dismissal; solve those problems first. Get a law-related job, take and excel in paralegal classes, and work carefully with law school admissions staff.


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

First If you are trying to reapply for law school, get some letters of reccomendations from others that you have worked in the field with and send it to the school that you apply for with the application. Then, ask for a interview with a school counslor, sometimes they can help you the most.


Answer by  ekan46 (149)

The law student should write an apology letter for the reason for which he is dismissed from the school.By doing this you can start now.

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