« on: May 25, 2004, 07:31:11 PM »
I think you have a good chance at getting in to law schools with your stats thus far. U of H will be easier since they are required by law to accept 80% of its applicants in-state. SMU may be a bit more difficult, but they are one of a few schools who arent "LSAT whores." I would also recommend Texas Tech...it is going up in the rankings and has a new law school dean who is trying increase the quality of its law school. Baylor and UT are long shots, but great schools if you get the chance to get in. Baylor is the school for you if you want to stay in the texas area and if you are looking for the litigation track. It follows the quarter semester so its class size is small....if you want to get in, try applying for the summer class, its not as difficult to get in. Texas would be the best school if you want to move beyond Texas and if you dont have an idea of what/where you want to practice. Texas, U of H, and Texas Tech will be your cheapest options since you can claim Texas residency. I am not going to comment on St. Mary's, South Texas, or Texas Wesylan since I am unfamilar with those schools. Hope this helps.