Many people believe that you have to go to law school to take the bar exam, but that's not always true. Although it's more common to finish law school first, a few states let you take the bar exam without going to law school....
Hey! so how does a law school look at transcript which has both undergraduate and graduate courses? I mean my degree is BALLB (BA-undergraduate and LLB- Law graduate) and so I was just wondering how will my GPA be calculated.
I feel like that blonde woman from Scarface who Tony’s in love with (he calls her a tiger 🐅!) when she’s at dinner, just stands up, raises her both her hands and says “I’ve got Freddy the pig as a friend, what kind of a life is that?”
@ConspiracyLawyer: thanks but tell me one thing i each semester i have grad course mixed up with undergrad. So, if what you are is correct then they would essentially pull out undergrad courses from each and look at that only?