Why would you want to? I mean, basically with a 140 or below it will be tough to get into ANY law school with ANY GPA, I mean, I guess its possible, never thought of trying it. But its something that I don't see why anyone would want to.
But now that you mention it....interesting.
Not really. A friend of mine, actually a summer roommate, got a 136 on his LSAT (took it just once). He had a 2.8 GPA from Hofstra to go with it. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 2008 and is now making bank as an entertainment lawyer.
I highly doubt this statement is accurate. It is possible
your friend got in to Vermont, as they're well known for having what is literally the highest acceptance rate in the nation, but as a 2.8 and a 136(!) are well below both medians, below both 25% marks, actually, I doubt even he would make the cut. TBH it's doubtful he could even get into a 4th tier like Cooley with those numbers.
Even if he did somehow get in by the grace of God (and some undoubtedly crazy softs), I also strongly doubt that he's making any sort of serious money from a relatively young, third tier school best known for its environmental law and not much else.