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QDoes anyone know of any programs that will let you earn your law degree for free or near free?

I am willing to commit to work for whoever and wherever all the time . I'm still half a year away from being fit enough to join the army , and I just sit around Metro Detroit about half a year after finishing AmeriCorps VISTA program of work. I have my B.S. Psychology and could do well in the entrance exams , I'm just looking for a program I could join so I like to have some kind of work at the end of it rather than lose it not enough that I'm doing now. Apparently , social service programs are not hospitable to non-social work majors who do not belong to any "minority" groups . I've seen some of the JAG program , but it seems that I should be in my 1st year before I could apply. Thanks for helping every one !

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#1taarekAnswered at 2012-10-20 09:16:17
Actually no unless you have a great GPA and LSAT university very high score and get scholarships . As a general rule , if a law school that apply to students traditionally have a lower GPA and LSAT you are applying with you may be in line for a scholarship . But outside of academic scholarships and grants some minority few who are difficult to qualify for , you pay out of pocket or take student loans.
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