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Hmmm on the LSAC home-page it says the site will be down to scheduled maintenance on Sunday. I sorta remember someone saying earlier last junes scores were posted directly following the site being down for maintenance.Go with it. I've noticed that girls wear less in June than in January too.
People who aren't careful and meticulous. For example, those who misspell words in thread titles.
But why would he want to go to any of these T20 schools? He should either ED an MVP school or go to Boalt.
Safeties/options. I mean, if UCLA or USC give him a generous scholarship, he might want to consider that. If everything goes right, you should only have to apply to law schools once. Might as well go balls out and see what options you end up with.
Eh. If I were him, I would ED a CCN (Chicago or NYU might be a good choice), and hope for the best with BoaltMVP. With the OP's numbers, there's no need to throw safeties beyond Cornell and GULC into the mix.
LRAP programs should cover him well if he wants Public Interest or non-traditional work, unless he's damn confident about his law school exam capabilities.
<-- continues to parrot advice he's heard before, feels bad for not going out tonight
I agree with this.
i would definitely NOT do Peace Corps just as a way to prove your fitness for people-oriented law schools. it would be a complete waste of time, money, and energy for you. i highly recommend the Peace Corps and Americorps, but not in this context.
try student government, tutoring in a local high school, etc.
the top two things schools look at are GPA and LSAT, period. softs are at best tiebreakers and waitlist-bumpers. you are fine on the main two metrics.