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This is my first time on this kind of forum, also I apologize if I'm way off the mark with this topic.
I would like to know opinions of "inside" people -if I may- about my career plans.
Indeed, I am a french student in an international business school situated in Austria. Even if I'm rookie, I'm already thinking about my future plans and studying in the USA is kind of an old dream. More precisely, since I got in this school, law's been interesting me very much. So I was wondering if after my 3-years bachelor in Austria, I could join a law school in the united states to study business law. I've made some researches on the subject and it seems I don't need to pass the GMAT but the LSAT ? Is this true ? Is there a way to join the 4th year of a law school in order to get a master degree in two years or do I have to start from the bases ? I couldn't find any good websites about scholarships (expect for sports). Do you guys know any ? Last but not least, am I in the right place to ask such questions ?
Correct, it is the LSAT. As far as I know, there is no easy street to a law degree in the US. It is a very lucrative system for the universities, and will long remain that way if they have any power to make it remain so.
In what you say - it is a 2/3 year masters. There is no required pre-requisite on undergraduate study. It is foundation to being at the level to work (or be a sub-serviant lackey in a major law firm). Scholarships will be merit based - similar to business schools, above average scores for the school and applying as early as possible may enhance your chances. Not sure how common scholarships are for those legal eagles though.