« on: July 18, 2012, 02:24:19 PM »
No, it really doesn't affect admissions to either school. Law school admissions is entirely numbers-driven, so to also apply to the business school, it only shows that you have a certain goal in mind: a JD/MBA. If they were to even notice, they would just assume you have the same goal when applying to other law schools. If there's some reason why this school is a top choice, you can write a supplemental essay on it, outlining the reasons why you feel that it's the school for you. Probably won't carry much weight in their decision, and they may not even give it more than a glance, but it's something that shows you've done your homework on the school and that you're willing to put in a little extra work.