Thank you. Where are you grabbing these numbers from, just out of curiosity? Criminal may be my strongest interest at this point, along with consitutional and media. Also, I admit to being somewhat clueless -- is the small firm placement a bad thing?
I'm applying with a 3.37 GPA and a 155 LSAT. But I'm 31 and have been working (surviving, more like) in journalism for 10 years. What's the top end of what I can hope for. I have Temple, St. John's and Chicago-Kent on my list, and may apply to Brooklyn as well.
I've applied to UB, primarily because it's a SUNY school (I live in NYC). But it seems like a very good school -- alumni sit on benches like the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and practice in firms like Latham & Watkins.
Does anyone know a thing or two about UB. What is it known for? What are its most well-known concentrations and areas of focus?