This is me, with LSN down:
If that doesn't work, google "site:www.lawschoolnumbers.com bassdesire" and click the word "cached" under the first hit.
If you are the same person as me, I would say don't sweat it. Things will work out, though you'll be freaked out about it anyway. And HLS was the right place for me in retrospect, regardless of personal ties. This wouldn't be true for everyone.
If you have more info, I might be able to be more helpful.
Yes, I have the exact same numbers as you and pretty comparable ECs, and I come from a middle-of-the-road UG.
Do you have any idea why you got deferred at H? Usually it seems like people get in with our numbers or worse.
Do you wish you would have done anything differently with your essays/recs? I believe I read your PS in this book; Good job.
I have very little idea as to why the deferral. I think the UG may have come into play. My school is rather large, yet I was the only person at HLS (1L, 2L, 3L, LLM) from the school. There were more people from my high school (random medium-sized average public school in CT) than from my ugrad.
My recommenders knew me very well, and one was a tenured law prof.
I think my PS's were good, not great (Y250 and the general ones). I may have come across as arrogant or focused on what I thought they wanted to hear. The first is a product of the "voice" I chose, and the second is too much thought maybe.
In the end, I don't really worry about it. The admissions season worked out as I'd hoped, if a bit delayed. I would've traded all my other acceptances for an earlier call from HLS, but they weren't taking the trade.
One piece of advice. HLS says aid is pure need-based, but if you want to go there and get a better package from YLS (or SLS, I suppose), tell the financial aid people that you need more and fax them the offer. Chances are they'll match it or beat it.