September 28, 2007
Free Law School Education
We got a nice card in the mail today from the good folks at Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut, telling us about their Dean's Fellows Scholarships. Briefly, these are full-ride scholarships for students who have an LSAT of 160 or higher and a GPA of at least 3.5. In the card, Dean Brad Saxton asks us that if we know students with those credentials we send them to him.
Our first thought was, what, are they crazy? We're (that is, I'm) at Texas Wesleyan, not Yale, and if we see students with those credentials we make our own efforts to get them, thank you very much, even though Quinnipiac is a very fine law school with nice people in a pretty town (left) with a Division I basketball program.
But then we figured that there are students who visit this blog who we don't know who might want a free ride at a good school, so if you're interested and you can stand the brutal, soul-killing Connecticut winters, so unlike the balmy breezes we get in January in Fort Worth, check out their web site.
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