Hi. Just noticed that you follow me on twitter. My twitter name is Meira_Davi, which is my Hebrew name. Good luck with your blog. As you can see from my twitter bio, I am an attorney, although I am currently in a Master’s Program in Nonprofit Mgmt at Spertus College here in Chicago. I was just in NYC with my daughter who is looking at colleges. We looked at Hunter–is that where you go–but it looked like way too many people crammed into too small a space. Do you like it there (if that’s where you go)?
Good luck with the LSATs. When is the test? I don’t envy you. But despite not really wanting to practice law anymore, I love how law school teaches one to think logically and rationally, and on my LSATs understanding logic was a big part.
Thanks for your comment! I found you on twitter through my friend and co-worker @esteelavitt. Non profit management sounds really interesting, and is definitely something many non profits sorely lack. Do you enjoy it?
I actually graduated from Hunter in June, and have nothing but good things to say about my experiences there. However, it really depends on what you’re looking for. I was looking for a low cost liberal- liberal arts college and Hunter really fit the bill. I would be more than happy to discuss Hunter’s pros and cons via email @firstname.lastname@example.org.
I actually just took the LSAT, but scored 2 points short of my desired goal, so I think I’m going to wait this cycle out and really get my score up some additional points.
I do like nonprofit management. I know a lot about how the world works from being a lawyer but I wanted to fill in the gaps in my knowledge and this program works well. It only meets one night a week and you go through the program with the same cohort of people so you get to know them well. We’ve all become such good friends.
After law school (and nursing school–was a nurse 12 years before law) I thought I was done with school but I am enjoying my return.
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