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Do U.S t-14 law schools care about where you did your undergrad?
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I have a high GPA and LSAT but I attend UBC (University of British Columbia), will this hurt my chances of getting into a t-14 law school in America?

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6 months ago

I doubt it hurt, as UBC is one of the best universities in North America and is #34 in the Times Higher Education World Ranking. Good luck!

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6 months ago

Your LSAT score is more important than where you earned your undergrad degree if you're going into law. As long as you score well and the rest of your application is strong, your chances won't be hurt.

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