« on: November 10, 2008, 06:56:26 AM »
Just to go back to your original question, HLS, Columbia, and NYU would prabably be a really good shot for you, but to be honest, subpar or par soft factors for Stanford = rejection. HLS has to accept 850 people to fill their 550 people class, while Stanford only needs to accept 350 for their ~200 class size. I personally know the dean of admissions there, and from anecdotal evidence on LSN, I have never seen anyone without a significat work experience (or something extraordinry) that has gotten into Stanford. You can also double check this at the Priceton Review's Personal Statement book that includes interview with Dean Deal - which accounts for the reason why their LSAT range is so low.
I wouldn't apply to berkeley with your numbers either, cuz you are guaranteed to get into one of HLS, Columbia, and NYU (and scholarship at Michigan or Virginia)
Best of luck!