I'm taking the LSAT next week and I will be applying for Fall 2005 admission. I'd like some advice from people who already have a semester or two under their belt. My problem is that I don't know of any specific area of law I would like to practice. Also, I don't want my choice of law school to limit my employment options geographically after graduation. How realistic are these things? I consider law school as a means to achieving career focus. What percentage of L1's had a sepcific area of law in mind when they applied to law school? Of those who didn't, how are most law schools about providing such guidance along the way? Also, how much does the school you attend affect the area of the country you can work in after graduation? I won't be applying to Yale or Harvard. I will be very lucky if I get into a Texas or Michigan, but will more likely end up at a school somewhere in the top 20-30. Does this mean my employment prospects will be limited to the state I went to school in? Thanks in advance.