« on: February 24, 2007, 10:14:49 PM »
I've applied to ten schools
Loyola Chicago (rejected)
New York Law
I am 30. I did terribly on my first degree (2.1) from 2000. I went into the workforce, re-entered school in 2004 or a 2nd bachelor's degree in Poli Sci, have earned a 3.6, along with internships, community sevice, and work at a non-profit for an immigration attorney.
my lsat is 155.
Yet the more I'm told, schools simply don't care about who I am NOW. They're just gonna look at who I was ten years ago, and base their decision on that. I always regarded Albany, Sufolk, JMLS, and NYLS as safeties, but upon further reflection I don't think that I stand a chance at any of them.
I've indicated to all above schools that I'm willing to go PT if neccesary, but even then, i don't know.
I'm sending out last-minute apps to Pace, NESL, and RWU just to be sure I'll go somewhere...
It's too bad... I'd kill to attend Albany.