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Bananaz23
I am from a low-tier law school, but I am in the top 10% of my class. I have no real prior experience to law school. I've made A's in every tax class I've taken, and anything dealing with Estates or Business Law.

What are the chances I can get into either Denver's Online program or Alabama's?

Also, how hard is it to get a scholarship? What do I need to do to improve my chances of that?
I am from a low-tier law school, but I am in the top 10% of my class. I have no real prior experience to law school. I've made A's in every tax class I've taken, and anything dealing with Estates or Business Law.

What are the chances I can get into either Denver's Online program or Alabama's?

Also, how hard is it to get a scholarship? What do I need to do to improve my chances of that?
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Denver14
I went to a Tier 4 law school and got into DU's program so I'm guessing you have a good chance of getting into DU. I'm not sure what criteria the school uses to award the scholarships but you should definitely apply. I knew several folks in the program who had at least a partial scholarship. I'm not familiar with Alabama's program. I heard Boston's online program is good.
I went to a Tier 4 law school and got into DU's program so I'm guessing you have a good chance of getting into DU. I'm not sure what criteria the school uses to award the scholarships but you should definitely apply. I knew several folks in the program who had at least a partial scholarship. I'm not familiar with Alabama's program. I heard Boston's online program is good.
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